The Gustav Stickley House Foundation seeks to raise $35,000 – Community Campaign for Completion

Many of you have watched this building over the years, knowing its importance to the history of Syracuse and the Arts & Crafts Movement, but seeing it fall further into disrepair.

The online campaign will help continue restoration, returning this home and its historic interior to its rightful condition.

The Board has committed matching funds for the first $5,000. Now you can support this much anticipated transformation and help us complete Phase One.

No amount is too big or too small. Thank you for your generous support.

The Gustav Stickley House Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed.

Click here to Donate to the Community Campaign for Completion


The Gustav Stickley House

Last week Phase One exterior restoration began at the Gustav Stickley house. A Kick-Off Event was hosted by the University Neighborhood Preservation Association and The Gustav Stickley House Foundation. Many members of the community and local government officials were on hand to launch the event including Assemblywoman Pamela J. Hunter representing the 128th district. We even had a surprise visit from Gustav Stickley III, the 85-year-old grandson of Gustav Stickley. To learn more about the event, visit our latest Blog post: