Brick Fundraiser
George Washington Carver Alumni Association

Collecting Youth Scholarship Funds for 50 Years

George Washington Carver Alumni Association is a nonprofit 501(c) 3 organization that has shaped the future over the last 50 years by collecting youth scholarship funds. The organization appeals to you again as proud Carver Hawks. Your support is needed in leaving a permanent landmark and memorial to Dr. George Washington Carver at the site of George Washington Carver Regional High School, re-named Carver-Piedmont Agricultural Institute in Culpeper County, Virginia.

Your Contribution Means a Lot

Come forward to honor the legacy, innovations, and achievements of Dr. George Washington Carver through your financial giving. Share your support towards the historical brick monument engraved with the names of GWCAA teachers, classmates, and staff, a library, the scholarship fund, and a bust of Dr. George Washington Carver.

Personalized Engraved Brick

Do you want to demonstrate your love and admiration for this great African-American scientist and inventor who made significant contributions to the world? African-American monuments are significant in shaping the minds of future generations. You can be part of the history by purchasing a personalized engraved brick (only 135 bricks available) installed at the historical landmark.

George Washington Carver Alumni Association

Fundraising

The fundraising is scheduled to end by September 30, 2018, & (to unveil the brick walkway monument on the open of GWCRHSAA, Inc. Museum on October 13, 2018. Please make checks payable to GWCAA and mail them in the enclosed self-addressed envelope. All proceeds will go towards this project, and the donations are tax-deductible.

Brick Construction Project

Many classmates have come ahead and showed a tremendous amount of effort to create a first-class memorial brick walkway. The Clatterbuck Masonry, Inc. Crew, Ray Clatterbuck, Rodrigo Munoz & Guillermo Ramirez for a wonderful job, and Doug Beaver of New Pathway also supported the initiative.

  • Les Daniel (project leader)
  • Howard Ware
  • Cephus Daniel
  • Rayfield Robinson
  • Charles Thomas
  • Charles Jameson
  • Raphiel Grayson
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