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Donate to Preserve a History of Education...

Your Support Makes Our Educational Mission Possible

Thank you!

Built in 1713, the Powder Magazine Museum is our state's oldest public building and it is the only remaining structure from Charleston's walled city defenses. It was also one of Charleston's first historic sites to be shared with the public.

 

Each year, this colonial site connects thousands of people with the stories of those who shaped our state and nation. We do this through tours, lectures, teacher education, K-12 field trips and all sorts of special events!

Donate Today! 

​Help us:

  • Provide fun & educational tours and programming about colonial South Carolina for kids and their families!

  • Share great topics and speakers with our Zoom lecture series'!

  • Explore Great American Treasures with 2nd Cup Conversations!

  • Showcase our unique museum exhibits!

  • Organize the Colonial Charleston Teacher Institute and raise funds for scholarships!

  • Facilitate the Colonial Charleston Coalition 

 

To donate by credit card, just click the "Donate" button, call (843) 722-9350, or mail your check to: 

The Powder Magazine

79 Cumberland Street

Charleston, SC 29401

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