Civic Organizations

Civic Organizations

  • The Historic Gold Hill and Mines Foundation, Inc.
    *Historic Gold Hill and Mines Foundation, Inc.* (est. in 1992) is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration and preservation of Gold Hill and it’s cultural heritage. With 501(c) (3) status, all donations to the foundation qualify for maximum tax deductions. The foundation relies on rental of it’s facilities at Gold Hill Mines Historic Park, as well as private donations for all operating expenses.
    It’s holdings include the 70 acre Gold Hill Mines Historic Park with the Russell-Rufty Memorial Shelter, Gold Hill Jail, Bernhardt Family Log Barn, the Assay Office Museum, the Post Office Museum, Restored Powder House, a nineteenth century restored Chilean Ore Mill and an outdoor amphitheater with a 30’x40′ covered stage. The park also includes the Barnhardt, Randolph, Miller and Johnson Gold Mine Shafts, as well as the Gold Hill Pond. The foundation is committed to preserving the park property in it’s original, natural state, creating an environment for educational studies and family recreation. History sessions and tours of the park’s historic sites and landmarks are available by request at: 704-267-9439 or by email: [email protected]
    Call us to Join the Historic Foundation and help preserve and support Historic Gold Hill.
    Ph. (704) 279.7897 or (704) 267.9439

    Historic Gold Hill and Mines Foundation, Inc. Mission Statement
    November 1991
    As a non-profit organization, its purpose is to,
    “attain, restore, maintain, and preserve the mining town of Gold Hill and the mines for the continuation and perpetuation of the tradition upon which the town and surrounding area was established”.
    For information about becoming a historic foundation member or to make charitable donations, visit our Membership Page or Call 704-279-7897
    We are on Facebook at: Historic Gold Hill, North Carolina
    Also find us on Instagram at: Historic Gold Hill North Carolina

  • Gold Hill Historic Preservation Society, Inc.
    Mission Statement:
    GHHPS works to protect the significance of the historic gold mining town of Gold Hill, North Carolina. Our mission is to restore and preserve all of the old buildings and infrastructure. Not only in Gold Hill but surrounding counties like Rowan, Cabarrus and Stanly counties.
    Be sure to check out their website at: Gold Hill Historic Preservation Society

  • Gold Hill Merchants Association
    The Merchants association includes 8 shop owners in the Gold Hill Village.
    The group is host to numerous monthly events held in the village.

  • Gold Hill Lions Club
    Mission Statement. To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs.
    • The Gold Hill Lions Club is sponsor of the North Carolina Lions Inc Mobile Screening Unit during Gold Hill Founders Day. Vision and hearing exams are provided at no cost to the individuals who are screened at the event. On a continuing basis the club supplies food to the Back Pack Buddy program at Morgan Elementary School in addition to $300-500 in school supplies. During the holidays the group supplies meals to low income families and individuals in the community. They host a Christmas party including a full meal to all of the visually impaired in Rowan County. The club is host to a Christmas Bingo Party with gifts and Christmas carols at the Veterans Hospital in Salisbury, NC. The Gold Hill Lions Club meets bi-monthly in Miners Hall at the Russell-Rufty Shelter at Gold Hill Mines Historic Park.