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Texas Governor's Mansion Restoration Fund
Austin, TX

Help Rebuild the Texas Governor’s Mansion

On June 8, 2008, the Texas Governor’s Mansion suffered a devastating fire due to arson. Even though the Mansion was empty and all its prized contents in storage, the building still suffered significant structural and architectural damage.

You can be a part of the historic effort to rebuild the Mansion. Please consider making a IRS approved* tax-deductible donation to the restoration fund. Great or small, each donation will make a difference in returning the Governor’s Mansion to its former grandeur.

Thank you for donating. For more information, call 1-866-771-5829 or visit

Texas Governor's Mansion Restoration Fund is a 501(c)3 organization.

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