Support the Carpenters’ Hall Recovery Fund!

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It is with great sadness we inform you the Carpenters’ Hall in Philadelphia was damaged by fire on Christmas Eve this year. Being a major part of the trail, and the site of the First Continental Congress, it is imperative the restoration is completed before the 250th anniversary of the First Continental Congress. Please click the link below to contribute to the effort to rebuild.

A comment from the Carpenters’ Company, “As we look towards the 250th anniversary of the First Continental Congress in just over a year, it is more vital than ever that we reopen the Hall as it was intended: as a meeting place for the community, a civic forum, and a building for the people.”

All contributions are appreciated!

Click here to donate now!

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