Proceeds from this event will support the restoration and preservation of George Washington's beloved home, Mount Vernon. As an IRS 50l(c)(3) tax exempt entity (#54-0564701), Mount Vernon is not a government-funded park or agency. We rely on the generosity of friends like you for contributions needed to save George Washington's historic estate.
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Gwendolyn C. Bragg
Kathrin Breitt Brown
J. Burkett, Naturalist
Hadley Chloe Kimberlin of HADLEY CHLOE ®
Lost Barrel Brewing, Sam & Boo Busey
Shannon MacGregor, Sale by Gale
Richard and Dort Mollett
The Mount Vernon Ladies' Association
Mount Vernon Historic Trades
Mount Vernon Sewing Circle
Barb & Tony Onorato
Jim and Jo Carol Porter
Jonathan Wolk Ridgeway and Lynne Ridgeway
Shady Spring Farm McConnellsburg, PA
Geo. Gregory Smart
Joseph and Ann Somerset
Rev. Gordon Strunk
Vice Regent for Delaware
Vice Regent for Oregon