• Empower

    Empowering

    Youth With Knowledge

    Rosie The Riveter Trust

  • Inspire

    Inspiring

    The "We Can Do It" Spirit

    Rosie The Riveter Trust

  • Preserve

    Preserving

    WWII Home Front History

    Rosie The Riveter Trust

We Can Do It…Today!


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Youth & School Programs

The "We Can Do It" attitude that pervades Home Front history inspires Richmond youth to new heights. Help us to develop new programs for schoolchildren and a transportation fund for schools in need.

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Preserving History

Richmond contains more intact WWII Home Front sites than any other place in the U.S. Visitors can explore a wealth of sites that bring the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front history alive across the cityscape.

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Visitor Education Center

Visiting the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park, the Rosie Memorial and all Richmond City public parks is all FREE! See driving directions, hours of operation, park maps, and more.

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Support Us

Support our work to inspire generations with the stories of the WWII Home Front. Your gifts help complete major projects and offer programs to school children. Become a member, donate, or volunteer.

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  • "The iconic Rosie the Riveter image and the phrase ‘We Can Do It’ continues to inspire generations of young women across America. But Rosie is more than an inspirational poster girl. Rosie embodied the women in our country who answered the call to action in World War II by providing the weaponry and ammunition that literally ended the war."

    — CA Rep. Jackie Speier

  • "Cause I’m a Rosie’s Girl/in my blossomed world/learning who I am/ while I am a little girl/trying new things/Wouldn’t have known how, I see/that I am more than what you see/when you look at me/…"

    — Rosie’s Girls Song

  • "War and World War II…did encourage questioning…the domestic circumstances of the war fostered the roots of the civil rights movement and the women's rights movement…Many women who lived through World War II came to want different lives for their daughters."

    — Ranger Betty Reid Soskin

  • "Without us, there would have been no spring in 1945."

    — Rosie the Riveter Memorial

  • Annual Dinner 2018

    Save The Date: April 7, 2018 - Annual Benefit Dinner

    The Rosie the Riveter Trust Board of Directors invites you to attend Growing a Rosie Future, our Annual Benefit Dinner 2018. This event will honor living Rosies and other home front workers who transformed American industry, society and culture, and help raise funds for our youth programs. Enjoy a special evening to benefit programs of the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park.

    Join us at El Cerrito’s historic Berkeley Country Club on Saturday April 7, 2018, to enjoy a special homage to WWII’s Victory Gardens, as we commemorate the many ways ordinary people stepped up to overcome global challenge, and came together as a society. Meet surprise guests and help us raise funds to inspire new generations with vital historical knowledge and a 21st Century “We Can Do It” spirit. Early bird tickets are $180, available through the link below.

    Purchase Tickets Online

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