Help the Accokeek Foundation support its mission year-round by donating today.
We rely on individual donations to support educational programs that serve thousands of visitors and school children each year, and to preserve the 200 acres of Piscataway Park we steward.
Your donations provide sustainable support to help purchase materials for exhibits focused on “Green History,” feed critically endangered breeds of livestock, save the seed of heirloom crops such as Orinoco tobacco and Virginia Gourdseed corn, purchase gloves for volunteers helping to steward the land, and much more!
Plus, your donation has a few perks and will give you access to educational programs and events all year long.
Ways to Give
Donate one time, or set up a monthly or annual donation.
Donate an item or service that advances the Foundation's mission.
Donate Through Your Paycheck
Ask your employer about workplace giving and donation matching. The Accokeek Foundation is part of the United Way of the National Capital Area and participates in the CFC campaign.
Eugene B. Roberts, Jr. Memorial Fund
A Trustee of the Accokeek Foundation for more than 10 years, Gene was a loyal and dedicated volunteer. He spent countless hours working to advance the enduring legacy of the National Colonial Farm and to elevate the Foundation’s historical and agricultural interpretation. He emphasized the importance of sharing the stories of both the “yeoman farmer” and the Piscataway people.
Gene had a particular fondness for the Foundation’s heritage livestock conservation program, especially the American Milking Devons. His extensive work on the farm, in the barnyard, and in the boardroom leaves an indelible mark on the Accokeek Foundation. His leadership inspired us, and his influence will be felt in the Foundation’s work for years to come. To remember Gene, the Accokeek Foundation’s Board of Trustees has established a memorial fund in his honor.
Your contribution to the Eugene B. Roberts, Jr. Memorial Fund ensures we can continue to share what Gene loved about the beauty and abundance of this landscape in Piscataway Park, for generations to come.