Woodstock Inn & Resort Charitable Giving
The Woodstock Inn & Resort takes pride in our support of local nonprofit organizations and charitable causes throughout the country.
Causes Close to Home
Some of our most beloved organizations are right in our community!
The Thompson Senior Center
The Thompson Senior Center helps older adults in our rural community with timely support, services, resources, and advocacy on issues related to aging. The programs and activities foster the physical, intellectual, and social well-being of our adult community to enhance dignity, self-worth, and independence.
Billings Farm & Museum
Billings Farm & Museum was established in 1983 to preserve the historic Billings Farm as well as the character and heritage of rural Vermont. As the premier gateway for interpreting Vermont’s rural culture and agrarian heritage, Billings Farm offers educational and interactive programs.
Change The World Kids
The Change the World Kids is an ever-changing group of middle and high school age youth undertaking humanitarian and environmental efforts to make a positive difference by working free of charge to help individuals, organizations, and environments in both our local community and across the globe.
About The Woodstock Foundation
Founded by Laurance S. and Mary F. Rockefeller in 1968, The Woodstock Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charitable, nonprofit institution that owns and operates both the Woodstock Inn & Resort and Billings Farm & Museum. The Woodstock Foundation promotes conservation, sustainable land use, and heritage as values that are essential to culture, community, and the human spirit.
The Woodstock Inn & Resort is a wholly-owned, for-profit subsidiary that anchors the historic commercial core of Woodstock, Vermont through the Woodstock Inn and surrounding resort areas.
The historic Billings Farm, a fully-operational dairy farm, features educational exhibits and interactive programs that immerse visitors and school children in the evolution of farm work and technology over the past century.
The Woodstock Foundation is also an active partner of Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park. The Foundation supports the National Park through a fund dedicated to preservation, conservation, and responsible forest management of the Park’s resources.