The Legacy Foundation inspires and educates League members, students, and the greater community to be engaged and responsible citizens, guided by the United States Constitution and the history and values of the Union League.
The Union League Legacy Foundation is dedicated to the same tenets of freedom and free enterprise upon which the Union League was founded. Through historic preservation, education, and scholarship, the Legacy Foundation promotes these values and ideals, inspiring more educated, engaged, and responsible citizens.
The Union League Legacy Foundation:
In June 2019, The Union League Legacy Foundation was founded to encompass the three long-standing Foundations of the Union League — the Youth Work, Scholarship, and Abraham Lincoln Foundations.
The Legacy Foundation is not supported by Union League member dues, but through charitable contributions for Union League members and others who provide the resources to carry out our mission.
Support the mission of the Legacy Foundation through a tax-deductible donation.
Over the last year, the Legacy Foundation has impacted the lives of thousands of individuals.
Watch the video below to learn more about the Legacy Foundation and its mission to educate and inspire more engaged and responsible citizens.
Legacy Foundation programs can be viewed on The Union League Legacy Foundation's YouTube Channel.
Public Hours: The Heritage Center, the Legacy Foundation’s home at the Union League, and its current exhibit: Ballot Box: America’s Fight for the Vote, is open to the public every other Tuesday and Thursday from 3 pm to 6 pm and on the 2nd Saturday of each month from 1 pm to 4 pm. The exhibit will remain open through June 2022. Visit the exhibit to learn more about the history of voting rights.
John J. Meko, Jr.
Chief Administrative Officer
Director of Development
Christyn J. Moran
James G. Mundy, Jr.
Archivist and Collections Coordinator