Question of the Week: 11/29-11/5/21

Tomorrow is Giving Tuesday, a day to support nonprofits and worthy causes at the beginning of the holiday season.

What are your favorite nonprofits or associations connected to Civil War education, preservation, public history etc.?

We’d love to see your shout-outs and get inspired!

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14 Responses to Question of the Week: 11/29-11/5/21

  1. nygiant1952 says:

    Civil War Trust
    Virginia Battlefield Trust
    Blue and Gray Education Society.

  2. Stan Killian says:

    I support the American Battlefield Trust, the Shenandoah Valley Battlefield Foundation and Save the Franklin Battlefield organization.

  3. Ed Cunningham says:

    My primary factor in CW giving is: what are the administrative and salary expenses of the charity? I don’t favor a charity that has high administrative costs and little to preservation. Is the organization top heavy? You never really know. I sorta trust the Civil War Trust because I trust its leadership and can see where the money is going. Professor Carmichael does good work with this Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College too. I have to do more research on Wounded Warriors, etc.

  4. American Battlefield Trust
    CVBT
    Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation

  5. bfswartz says:

    Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Trust
    American Battlefield Trust
    Central Virginia Battlefields Trust

  6. darylmcdonald0208 says:

    Emerging Civil War. Duh.
    I enjoy all your posts, blogs, and publications. Great education and links to
    and support of preservation.

  7. Mark Hale says:

    Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War

  8. Meg Groeling says:

    American Battlefield Trust

  9. Bruce Kirchner says:

    Shendoah Valley, ABT and Friends of the Gettysburg National Parks

  10. Scott Shuster says:

    American Battlefield/Civil War Trust

    Central Virginia Battlefield Trust

    Friends of Gettysburg/Gettysburg Foundation

    Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Trust

  11. Hank Gilliam says:

    Most of the above plus SHAF – Save Historic Antietam Foundation

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  13. Eric Johnston Hight says:

    American Battlefield Trust (25 years); Friends of Gettysburg; The CSS Hunley

  14. Taylor says:

    Public libraries.

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