Members of Colonial Williamsburg's donor societies aid us in preserving the heritage of eighteenth-century Williamsburg and play a leading role in perpetuating the restored city, which was a training ground for a remarkable group of our country's founders.
Gifts from members of the donor societies help the Foundation achieve its mission to preserve the historic buildings of the colonial capital and to inspire and inform visitors about its role in the founding of our democratic republic and citizen responsibilities for maintaining it. Your support is vitally important to preserving our past and securing our future. The future of Colonial Williamsburg depends upon your support.
In addition to receiving our quarterly history magazine Trend & Tradition and a 24-karat gold-finished collectible ornament, donors of $250 or more receive special benefits, including access to the St. George Tucker House Donor Reception Center.
Save the date
We are pleased to announce the dates of the Colonial
Williamsburg Donor Societies meetings for 2018.
Raleigh Tavern Society: The weekend of May 4 or the weekend of September 14
Colonial Williamsburg Associates: October 12
Colonial Williamsburg Burgesses: April 13 or November 10
The W.A.R. Goodwin Society: November 9
Friends of Colonial Williamsburg Collections: September 7
Learn more about donor benefits and restrictions at all levels.
Donors are invited to join one of our donor societies:
- Duke of Gloucester Society
Annual gift of $100-$249
- Capitol Society
Annual gift of $250-$499
- Colonial Williamsburg Assembly
Annual gift of $500-$999
Annual gift of $1,000-$2,499
Annual gift of $2,500-$4,999
Annual gift of $5,000 or more
- Goodwin Society
- Business Forum
Corporate and Foundation Gifts
- Friends of Colonial Williamsburg Collections
Donations used solely to acquire objects for Colonial Williamsburg's collections
Friends Collector Circle - Annual gift of $2,500-$4,999
Friends Connoisseur Society - Annual gift of $5,000 or more
Special Donor Society members are invited to travel with Colonial Williamsburg to destinations near and far, where friends of the Foundation grant special access to private collections, exclusive properties, and once-in-a-lifetime experiences.