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"Harriet Tubman- “The Journey to Freedom”

Tax deductible
We're raising money to help the Gullah Geechee Chamber Foundation Inc. (501c3) bring the 9-foot, 2,400 pound "Harriet Tubman- “The Journey to Freedom” sculpture to Georgetown, SC.

This sculpture by renowned sculpturist Wesley Wofford, will be temporarily installed for viewing August 1 - November 1, 2023. along with historical programming and lectures featuring the legacy and heritage of Harriet Tubman, Gullah Geechee culture and the life of James A. Bowley.

In 2019, Georgetown unveiled the Bowley - Tubman House, the residence of James A Bowley, the great-nephew of Harriet Tubman and a member of the first family led to freedom by Tubman. Bowley settled in Georgetown, SC and became an educator, UofSC Board of Trustee member, newspaper owner and state legislator.

Want to help us in making a difference? Donate to help us to continue our legacy of education and historic preservation. Any donation will make an impact. Donations may be considered a charitable deduction. Check with your tax expert or accountant for additional information.

Thank you for your contribution to help bring "Harriet Tubman- “The Journey to Freedom

Donations 

  • Mary Erickson
    • $50 
    • 10 mos
  • Erin Pate
    • $50 
    • 11 mos
  • Marilyn Hemingway
    • $350 
    • 1 yr
  • Kent Hermes
    • $650 
    • 1 yr
  • STEVE WILLIAMS
    • $350 
    • 2 yrs

Fundraising team (3)

Marilyn Hemingway
Organizer
Georgetown, SC
Gullah Geechee Chamber Foundation Inc
 
Registered nonprofit
Donations are typically 100% tax deductible in the US.
Kent Hermes
Team member
STEVE WILLIAMS
Team member

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