309 Punk Museum Project

Since at least the early 1990s, 309 has been a central spot in Pensacola's punk scene. Arguably the oldest continuously inhabited punk house in the South, 309 and its residents played a role in the American punk subculture for decades. Now we’re trying to buy the house and turn 309 into a museum and an Artist in Residence program dedicated to punk culture.

We need a ton of money to do this, $300,000.00 to be exact, but we do not anticipate raising that money through donations alone. Right now, we are writing for grants that support non-profits like us, and we need to hire more people to help us with that feat. We need a little support to help us work smarter and faster. Our deadline is approaching.

We are forever grateful to the community that has showered 309 with love and support. Please help us spread the word, and every donation, no matter how small, gets us one step closer to our dream. Thank you in advance.

Big Love,

309 Punk Museum Project

PS. If you would like to make a Tax Deductible Donation through PCAN, email us, and we will help you make that happen.

[email redacted]
  • Anna Hubbard  
    • $15 
    • 37 mos
  • Joe & Bradley Vinson 
    • $100 
    • 37 mos
  • Michael Morris  
    • $20 
    • 37 mos
  • Hara Gabrielle  
    • $25 
    • 38 mos
  • Amy Cook 
    • $50 
    • 38 mos
See all

Organizer and beneficiary

Valerie George 
Pensacola, FL
Christopher Satterwhite 
  • #1 fundraising platform

    More people start fundraisers on GoFundMe than on any other platform. Learn more

  • GoFundMe Guarantee

    In the rare case something isn’t right, we will work with you to determine if misuse occurred. Learn more

  • Expert advice

    Contact us with your questions and we’ll answer, day or night. Learn more