The public is invited to vote for their favorite Virginia’s Top 10 Endangered Artifact in an online voting competition happening between January 22-31, 2019.

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The two artifacts receiving the most votes during this ten day crowdsourced competition will be recognized as the People’s Choice Awards and receive $4,000 and $3,000 respectively to conserve their artifacts and care for their continued preservation. Remaining honorees will be eligible for other monetary awards provided by the selection committee. This funding is made possible through the generous support of the Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond and Blandford Rees Foundation.

The Virginia's Top 10 Endangered Artifacts for 2018 include:
  • Amherst County Historical Society (Amherst County, VA)
  • Fairfield Foundation (Gloucester, VA)
  • Friendship Firehouse Museum (Alexandria, VA)
  • James Monroe Museum (Fredericksburg, VA)
  • Mosby Heritage Area Association (Fauquier County, VA)
  • Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (Winchester, VA)
  • Red Hill-Patrick Henry Memorial Foundation (Campbell County, VA)
  • Southwest Virginia Museum Historical State Park (Big Stone Gap, VA)
  • Town of Wytheville Museums/Wythe County Historical Society (Wythe County, VA)
  • Virginia Living Museum (Newport News, VA)