Westcott Annual Fund

Westcott House Needs You!

Individual giving accounts for over 70% of all money raised by non-profits in the United States. This means that today - and in the future - the health of our organization will largely depend on growing and sustained participation of individuals like you.

Today, the Westcott House shines as an example of creativity and resilience – not only through its remarkable design and restoration, but also through the current activities within its walls and beyond. Please help keep our bright light shining by contributing to our Annual Fund.

Thank you for being part of our community of supporters.



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      Westcott House Foundation is a Section 501(c) (3) charitable organization, EIN 31-1747111. All the contributions are tax-deductible.

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      Maggie

      Cecil Fields | $125

      Zoe Shade | $75

      Sorry I will not be able to attend Frank's birthday celebration in person. See you on Zoom.

      Nelson Brackin | $35

      Thank you for hosting so many wonderful virtual programs which I was lucky to enjoy. I hope you will continue having virtual programs, even after you are able to open again, as it affords the opportunity of people beyond those in your community to be a part of and to enjoy the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright.

      D Carrigan | $50

      Gretchen Mote

      Thx for bringing back a true architectural treasure. Here’s to continued future success!

      Domenic DAmico | $100

      We are enjoying your zoom events, we will visit after the dust settles. Diane & Domenic, Bryn Mawr, PA

      Bob Loversidge | $500

      Congrats on 15 years of great stewardship and programming.

      Kim D. Linkinhoker

      Dedicated to my Mother who always told me as a child how important the Westcott House was to Springfield. From: K. D. Linkinhoker born in Springfield OH in 1954 at Community Hospital and lived four years on Bellevue Ave. before moving to Urbana OH.

      Anonymous

      SCOTT W. PERKINS | $150

      Karen Strelou | $45

      Karen Barnhart | $150

      Missing you!

      Diane Johnston | $25

      Janet Heater | $15

      Use to help fix that roof!

      Sue Green | $15

      Maggie Carroll

      Susan Chiles | $20

      Rita Lane | $150/M