The Battersea Foundation's primary mission is to protect and preserve Battersea, a nationally significant landmark, and to create a campus for cultural, civic and community education and enrichment on its more than 30 acres on the bluffs of the Appomattox River.
Foundation support for programs and initiatives is provided by individual gifts, foundation funding, corporate support, and annual and special initiative giving efforts. Education and enrichment programs through its Leisure and Learning Series are offered to the community through on-site and off campus curriculum and provide sustainability for the Foundation's work.
|Mission||The mission of Battersea Foundation is to preserve historic Battersea and offer educational, artistic and cultural experiences that inform, enrich and inspire the public.|
|Produkt||Battersea is a substantial stuccoed brick house located north of Upper Appomattox Street in the city of Petersburg, near the south bank of the Appomattox River. The house was built in 1768 for Colonel John Banister, the first mayor of Petersburg and a signer of the Articles of Confederation.|