We rely on you.
There are so many ways you can share your resources, large or small, to protect the Gettysburg battlefield for future generations by volunteering your time or donating funds. The Gettysburg Foundation is the primary organization to work with to financially support Gettysburg National Military Park and special historic sites such as the Eisenhower National Historic Site and George Spanger Farm. The Friends of Gettysburg, part of the Gettysburg Foundation, offers ways to support the park through membership and activities. Both the Foundation and the National Park Service provide a variety of opportunities to volunteer in support of the park.
Volunteers play a very important role in executing our mission. There are many opportunities with the Gettysburg Foundation's and National Park Service's volunteer programs to give as little or as much as your time and talents allow.
The Gettysburg Foundation is pleased to provide a secure giving opportunity for you online. Should you wish to mail your contribution, please send it to: Gettysburg Foundation, P.O. Box 4629, Gettysburg, PA 17325
In 1989, concerned citizens joined together to assist the Gettysburg National Military Park in preserving and protecting this hallowed ground for future generations. Join the more than 40,000 Friends of Gettysburg who are helping the Gettysburg Foundation fulfull its mission in support of the National Park Service at Gettysburg. Everyone can find a level of membership that matches their abilities.
There are a number of ways you can protect Gettysburg’s hallowed ground with a financial commitment from your will, living trust, or other estate plans. By adding the Gettysburg Foundation to your will or trust agreement you become a member of the Gettysburg Foundation Guardian Society.