Today is the first day of the GoFundMe Campaign for the Daufuskie Endangered Places project!
The Palmetto Trust developed a program whereby Gullah built homes that are still standing on Daufuskie Island can be renovated and retained by the owners for future income.
Two such homes, the Frances Jones House and the Hinson White house, that have already been restored will soon be available for vacation rental. In fact, one of the incentives of the campaign is being able to stay in one of these renovated homes.
Other incentives for various levels of support is a print of the oil painting of the Frances Jones House shown above, a natural 100% cotton t-shirt and zip-up hoody with "I'm helping to save historic Gullah homes for Gullah families" on the back and the DEPP logo on the front breast pocket area.
Call to Action:
To participate, please go to - http://www.gofundme.com/savinggullahhomes
For more information, please go to - https://palmettotrust.org/get-involved/daufuski-endangered-places
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