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How To Help?
So how can I, just one person, make a difference?
There are any number of reasons why preserving battlefield land is a good thing, including but not limited to: environmental, economic and educational. We share a deep desire and commitment to remember the men who fought and fell on these fields, the men whose blood and bravery are forever a part of this soil, staining it with honor and with eternal significance. Each of these men were but one individual and when each came together they became many and changed our nation forever.
There are many reasons to give...
Supporting the Central Virginia Battlefields Trust is investing in America's future and ensuring new generations never forget what great sacrifices shaped this country both then and now.
For Their Memory
For Our Heritage
For Our Future
A Place to Reflect
how to make a donation
Checks payable to:
Central Virginia Battlefields Trust
P.O. Box 3417
Fredericksburg, VA 22402
We accept secure online contributions through PayPal®
Central Virginia Battlefields Trust (CVBT) is a 501 (c)3 organization. TAX ID 54-1828344
Contributions are tax deductible. Consult your tax advisor for more information.
The Central Virginia Battlefields Trust Needs Your Support!
We remain good stewards of the monies entrusted to us by our members and friends. The Board remains all volunteer, no Board member gets paid a cent, and we are serious about putting as much of every dollar contributed to us as is humanly possible into “dirt and grass."
No matter the amount, your donation is critical to our mission. Membership is just the first step. Every day we lose many acres of hallowed ground and every day we face another threat. CVBT needs your financial support and we need it continuously. You are the backbone that allows us to do what we do best - SAVE BATTLEFIELDS.
"I believe that we share a common understanding that these men would have wanted and would have expected their sacrifice and their suffering to be acknowledged, honored, and respected, and I believe too, that we share the conviction that the best way to do this is to save the very ground they sanctified, ground which in the most literal sense is sacred soil, ground whose destruction would dishonor what they did and why they did it, would dishonor both their memory and the meaning of their sacrifice."
--- Dr. Michael Stevens, Former President CVBT