The Center for Civic Impact is part of Morven Park, a historic site just outside of Leesburg, Va., and reflects the ideals of the property’s last owner, Westmoreland Davis. Davis was a farming leader at the turn of the 20th century and served as Virginia’s governor from 1918 until 1922. His belief in the power of the collective voice and strong advocacy work improved the lives of citizens throughout Virginia.
Today, Morven Park is home to the Center for Civic Impact, three museums, an equestrian and athletic center, and extensive open space. Learn more about Morven Park.
Morven Park is a nonprofit that relies on donations from friends like you. All donations directly fund our work in historic preservation, our world-class equestrian center, youth sports, and our unique civics education programming. Your donation is an investment in Morven Park’s future, ensuring that generations to come will enjoy this vital public resource. Please donate today at www.MorvenPark.org.