About CRHS

CRHS Mission
Clarksville Region Historical Society’s (CRHS) primary objectives and purpose are: (1) to identify and preserve historical sites, documents, artifacts, records, and other items of interest related to historic Clarksville and the surrounding region; (2) to educate the public and increase awareness of the historical significance of Clarksville and the surrounding region; and, (3) to enlist public support in recognizing the benefits and beauty in preserving and promoting its rich history for future generations. 

CRHS Formation
The Clarksville Region Historical Society was organized in 2006 by a group of citizens in the Clarksville area now known as El Dorado Hills, California. CRHS was incorporated as a California nonprofit public benefit corporation on September 7, 2006 with California corporate number 2927584. The Federal Tax Identification Number (TIN) of CRHS is 16-1770435. 

CRHS has been determined by the Internal Revenue Service to be a public charity exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. CRHS has been also determined by the California Franchise Tax Board to be exempt from California Franchise Tax under section 23701d of the California Revenue and Taxation Code. Contributions to CRHS are therefore tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. CRHS recommends that you consult with your tax advisor if you have any questions about your ability to deduct any contributions to CRHS. 

CRHS is registered as a public charity with the California Registry of Charitable Trusts file Number CT0135732. Interested parties may access CRHS information on the website of the California Attorney General at: http://oag.ca.gov/ under “Charities."