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Prince William Historic Preservation Foundation Needs Your Help!

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Photo provided by the PWHPF
Photo provided by the PWHPF

On Saturday October 26th, the Prince William Historic Preservation Foundation held its 10th Annual Membership Meeting at the Brentsville Courthouse Historic Centre. At the meeting, the Foundation’s President, Mark Trbovich announced that the PWHPF received a donation of up to $15,000 for the Brentsville Jail restoration project. This wonderful donation comes with a challenge. The PWHPF needs to raise matching funds of $15,000 to take advantage of the full donation.

Already $2,350 has been raised during the first week of the campaign! Please help the PWHPF reach its goal by the November 30th deadline. Online donations can be made through the Foundation’s website www.pwhpf.org or by mailing a donation to the Prince William Historic Preservation Foundation, 17674 Main Street, Dumfries, VA 22026. PWHPF can be reached by calling 703.792.4754. Please help the Foundation to finish the restoration of this important historical building.

The Foundation is a Not for Profit 501c(3) Corporation and all donations are tax-deductible. Thank you for your interest and help to ensure our success in restoring and re-opening the Brentsville Jail.  The PWHPF has had many successes over the past decade, but the need for aggressive efforts to preserve the County’s historic sites becomes more urgent with every year that passes.  Again, thank you for your support of our shared past.

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