Wednesday, 7 October 2015
New Way to Save Antietam
Help civilwar.org Save North Woods Tract at Antietam Through CrowdRise!
We’ve just placed the winning bid at auction for an important piece of hallowed ground at Antietam a 1.2-acre tract located at the historic North Woods. Now, we urgently need your help to raise the funds, and hope you and our many other supporters will help us now by launching a fundraising team on Crowdrise!
The Battle of Antietam remains the bloodiest day in American history, with more Americans killed or wounded on a single day of combat than died on the beaches of Normandy during World War II or in the attacks of 9/11.
This land is an important piece of our nation’s story. Now we need your help to protect this land for future generations. For the first time ever, the Trust is sponsoring a crowd-funding initiative on CrowdRise with the goal of raising $25,000 toward the cost of the North Woods battle land parcel. But we don’t have much time: we must raise the entire amount by November 3rd (45 days after public auction), so we can acquire the property and save it forever.
Will you join us? Visit www.crowdrise.com/NorthwoodsAntietam
How To Fundraise Through CrowdRise
1. Set up your own CrowdRise team on our page. It’s quick and simple.
2. Make it personal. You can even add your own photos and share why saving this battle land is important to you.
3. Spread the word! Share your team page with your social networks or through email. Ask others to donate to your team to help save North Woods tract.
4. Keep checking on our progress. The CrowdRise page will track our efforts and update how much money we’ve raised towards our goal.
Please give more than just funds: Lend us your energy to save this hallowed ground! Rally your friends, family members, neighbors, history lovers and fellow battlefield preservationists to raise money alongside you. Together, we can preserve this important piece of our nation’s history.
The November 3rd deadline is fast-approaching. Will you help us save this land for forever? Join us now!
Questions about how CrowdRise works? We’re happy to help answer them.
The Civil War Trust
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