Make a Difference

Become a Weeksville Sustainer

Weeksville Sustainers, a monthly giving program, is a way that Weeksville can open the doors for more of our friends to join us in urgent pursuit of our mission. Weeksville Sustainers will have access to reduced-priced or free ticketed events throughout our exciting program calendar list. A monthly donation, no matter the size, sustains Weeksville Heritage Center for months to come!
 

Weeksville Heritage Center is a unique and very valuable cultural and educational institution—not only for Brooklyn, but for the nation. It is full of important information and photos that fill in the gaps about our history, and the Hunterfly Road Houses are authentic pieces of African American experience. The diverse arts programming means there’s something for everyone. I have been contributing monthly for more than 10 years. My regular, consistent donations help to sustain and hopefully ensure Weeksville’s continued existence. I am proud to be a sustaining supporter of Weeksville.

—Pamela Green, former Executive Director of Weeksville Heritage Center

 

Make a one-time Contribution

Your gift will support the preservation of an important cultural treasure and help to share the story of historic Weeksville with present and future generations.

Join the Weeksville Ambassadors

The Weeksville Ambassadors are a collective of young professionals committed to advancing Weeksville Heritage Center's mission and vision through community engagement and philanthropy. With your generous contribution, given in monthly installments or in a lump sum, Weeksville can continue producing enriching cultural programming and keep its doors open to visitors as we tell the story od the Historic Hunterfly Road Houses. 

 

Weeksville Heritage Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit and all donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

 
 
William Dewey Harley, Weeksville Garden Archaeological Dig, 1968-1969. Jim Hurley Slide Collection, 5th of July Resource Center for Self-Determination & Freedom

William Dewey Harley, Weeksville Garden Archaeological Dig, 1968-1969. Jim Hurley Slide Collection, 5th of July Resource Center for Self-Determination & Freedom