Our Foundation

Our Goals

Preservation of History
Establish an African American local history museum connecting local history to Virginia and national history- Rosenwald schools, education, artifacts, recorded oral histories.

Partner with Gloucester and regional public schools and colleges to develop curriculum that includes local African American history, acquire library resources, continue archeology.

Promote tourism and economic development. Become an African American Heritage Trail Site to attract tourists, scholars, and students. become a venue for nationally recognized speakers and provide space for community activities.
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The Woodville Rosenwald School Foundation, a Virginia nonstock corporation with a mission to receive, maintain and administer assets in perpetuity exclusively for charitable and educational purposes relating to the African American experience, including but not limited to the legacy of Woodville Rosenwald School, and Rosenwald Schools generally, and the contributions of T. C. Walker and other notable African Americans in Gloucester County, Virginia. Articles of Incorporation filed with the Virginia State Corporation Commission  on May 22, 2012.

Foundation Bylaws

Your donation will be matched thanks to a generous grant from the Cook Foundation.

100% of donations go directly to charitable and educational purposes relating to the African American experience in Gloucester County. All donations are tax-deductible. Click Here for details 
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