Contributions to secure our general endowment are one of the most meaningful gifts a friend of the Foundation can make to help us preserve Virginia’s colonial capital.
Williamsburg Bray School Initiative
Make a gift today to support the research, relocation, restoration and interpretation of the Bray-Digges House. Your donation will allow Colonial Williamsburg and William & Mary to more fully understand and disseminate this critical part of Americans’ shared history.
First Baptist Church Archaeology Project
Colonial Williamsburg is excavating the Nassau Street site of First Baptist Church, founded in secret by free and enslaved Blacks in 1776. Part of an ongoing collaboration with First Baptist Church and the Let Freedom Ring Foundation, this nationally-significant project has unearthed the church’s first permanent structure dating to the early 1800s. These initial efforts and future work will help expand programming and tell a more complete and inclusive story about our nation’s founding and life in 18th-century America.
Colin G. and Nancy N. Campbell Archaeology Center
Learn more about our plans to establish the Colin G. and Nancy N. Campbell Archaeology Center. The center, which will be highly accessible to the public, will be located directly across from the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg. It will become the hub for the Foundation’s archaeological endeavors.
Friends of Colonial Williamsburg Collections
Friends of Colonial Williamsburg Collections brings together people with a personal commitment to strengthening the Foundation's collections. Your annual membership of $1,000 or more is tax deductible and will be used solely to acquire objects for the collections.
Friends of John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library
Friends of Colonial Williamsburg’s John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library brings together people with a personal commitment to strengthening the library’s research collections that directly impact the work of our historians, interpreters, and curators. Your annual membership of $1,000 or more is tax deductible and will be used solely to acquire, digitize, and conserve library collections.
Honoring Service to America: The Liberty Lounge
Honoring a tradition started by John D. Rockefeller, Jr., who supported the USO during World War II, the Liberty Lounge is the first facility in Williamsburg to serve active and retired military since that time.
City Beautiful Fund
Contributions to the City Beautiful Fund support the preservation of Historic Area buildings, gardens and landscape. Make a gift today to help maintain and preserve these historic and iconic assets so they may continue to be enjoyed by generations to come.