The Fairfield Foundation received one of 24 grants awarded Tuesday by Virginia’s state humanities council—Virginia Humanities.
The Gloucester-based archaeological nonprofit organization will get $3,250 for the planning and production of on-site signage and other educational resources to expand and deepen interpretation at Walter Reed’s Birthplace in Belroi.
Overall, the 24 grants to nonprofits total $231,750. The grants are “dedicated to amplifying lesser-known historical narratives and initiating conversations around topics relevant to all Virginians,” a release stated.
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