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Make a donation in support of the Roundtable's preservation and education projects

The Cleveland Civil War Roundtable depends on the financial support of its members and friends to further its educational and preservation mission. Each year, the CCWRT hosts lectures by esteemed Civil War historians and authors and publishes a monthly newsletter, The Charger, as well as this website. 

Additionally each year, the Roundtable provides both financial and logistical support to the Jon Thompson Poetry Competition at Lee Burneson Middle School in Westlake, Ohio as well as contributing financial awards to the National History Day activities at several local schools.  The Roundtable also makes annual contributions to various Civil War battlefield and monument preservation and restoration projects. 

Make a Donation

 
Make a contribution to the CCWRT

If you have attended any of our meetings or have enjoyed the fine articles published on this website or you simply share our desire to promote and preserve the history of our country, then we hope you will consider making a donation to support our organization.  The Cleveland Civil War Roundtable is a 501(c)(3) public charity, so your contribution is tax deductible.  (See our non-profit listing in Guidestar)

To make a contribution, click on the "Donate" box at the right.  You can charge your donation using any major credit card.  All transactions are handled by ____________ secure online payment program.

Thank you for your support!

About The Cleveland Civil War Roundtable

The Cleveland Civil War Roundtable is a nonprofit, all-volunteer historical society founded in 1956 and dedicated to the study and discussion of the American Civil War. Its approximately 120 members range in age from 17 to 94 and reflect every level of historical interest and expertise. The common bond shared by its members is the belief that the Civil War is the defining event of American history.  

More on the history of The Cleveland Civil War Roundtable

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