Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation - located in Hillsboro, West Virginia, this National Historic Site is dedicated to preserving the West Virginia roots heritage of Pearl S. Buck.
The Pearl S. Buck Literary Manuscripts Collection - housed in the West Virginia and Regional History Center at West Virginia University, this collection is a valuable resource for teaching and research related to Pearl S. Buck.
Pearl S. Buck International -located in Perkasie, Pennsylvania, the National Historic Landmark site is dedicated to promoting the international and humanitarian legacy of Pearl S. Buck.
West Virginia Humanities Council - the Humanities Council focuses on making grants for programs that apply the humanities to discussions of public policy by adults. The Council has broadened its activities, expanding the range of its target population to include all West Virginians, and diversified its sources of funding.