Philip L. Graham Fund Gives $100,000 to the Foundation for the National Archives
Grant Made in Honor of Retired Washington Post Company Executive
The grant will enable the Foundation to expand its retail operations, including its museum shop, which provides the Foundation with vital revenue that goes directly to supporting educational initiatives at the National Archives.
The grant is designed to enhance the Foundation’s revenue potential in support of the Foundation’s long-term mission to educate, enrich, and inspire a deeper appreciation of our national heritage through the collected historical evidence held in trust for the nation by the National Archives.
The Graham Fund first supported the Foundation in 2004 with a
“This Graham Fund grant is a fitting tribute to Foundation Board member
Foundation Board member
About the Foundation for the National Archives
The Foundation for the National Archives is an independent nonprofit that serves as the private-sector partner of the National Archives in the creation of the National Archives Experience, which includes permanent exhibits, educational programs, traveling exhibits, special events and screenings, educational literature, and historical/records-related products and media. The Foundation helps the public understand the importance of the holdings of the National Archives by presenting the depth and diversity of the records through award-winning, interactive educational exhibits and programs. It generates financial and creative support for the National Archives Experience from individuals, foundations, and corporations who share a belief in the importance of innovative civics education.
SOURCE Foundation for the National Archives