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In 1988 a concerned group of Brevard County Citizens met at the Porcher House to form a countywide historic preservation council.Since then, our programs have provided grants, raised public awareness, and advocated local governments to create Historical Commissions to make preservation happen. We encourage the addition of more districts, to Brevardâ€™s seven Historic Districts that are now on the prestigious Nation Register of Historic Places. We promote valuable Historic District tourism in Brevard County through our partnership programs. These efforts, accompanied by countless hours of hands-on technical consulting, to owners of historic homes, businesses, schools, houses of worship, and theaters. This work revitalizes neighborhoods and preserves the character of our Cities for future generations. The Brevard Heritage Council makes valuable information available to the public through our website, home history research and how-to technical guidance. Our Annual Home Tours offer a behind-the-scenes look at some of the Brevard County's great historic homes. We recognize leaders and outstanding restorations, with the Annual Heritage Banner Awards, and create new ambassadors for preservation through our signature Annual Awards gala every year in May.
The Brevard Heritage Council is dedicated to preserving, enhancing, revitalizing, and using architecturally significant buildings in Brevard County.
Federal Emp. ID
A23 - Cultural & Ethnic Awareness
IRS Ruling Date
501(c)(3) - Public charity: Religious, educational, charitable, scientific, and literary organizations...
Basis for public charity status
15 - Organization with a substantial portion of support from a governmental unit or the general public
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Educational Walking Tours for Elementary School Students
Conduct a walking tour of historic areas in Cocoa Village and publish a walking tour guide book of Cocoa Village. Involve children with an Architectural Detail scavenger Hunt. They must recognize and name architectural details from photos of specific historical buildings.
Community Service Hours
The Brevard Heritage Council is registered with The Brevard County Parole Board as a Non-Profit organization, willing to help fulfill their clients community service hours. We teach computer skills for job qualifications, as we compile histories and historic homes information of Brevard County.
This organization files the IRS Form 990-N e-Postcard. Since this is an electronic submission, the IRS does not provide an image for the return. Please check the Details Tab on this Profile for additional information on the 'Date of Most Recent Return.'
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