How can you help us save Baltimore’s historic places?
Become a member or renew your membership
By becoming a new member or renewing your membership with Baltimore Heritage, you are helping to preserve Baltimore’s historic places and revitalize our historic neighborhoods for current and future generations. We invite you to join or renew now and become involved in our important and fulfilling work.
Become a volunteer
We depend on volunteers in our preservation, education and community outreach work. Among other things, volunteers are our tour guides for Baltimore Heritage’s Monumental City tours on Sunday mornings, organize our Behind the Scenes tours and education programs, and take the lead in advocating for preservation in their communities. Please sign up to find out about upcoming volunteer opportunities today.
Become an organization member
Businesses, neighborhood Associations, churches, and community-oriented organizations show their support for our programs that engage Baltimoreans in improving our historic communities and our city.
Include us in your planned giving
A planned gift of any size can have a significant impact helping us continue to preserve and promote the best of Baltimore’s historic places. Please contact executive director Johns W. Hopkins at 410-332-9992 or email@example.com if you would like more information.
Thank You … Volunteers and Supporters
Without your hard work, expertise, and dedication to Baltimore, we could not engage residents in saving historic places that matter to them and help revitalize historic neighborhoods.
Thank You … Corporate Sponsors
Title Sponsor: Agora, Freedom Car, Murdoch Smith Architects, PNC
Lead Sponsors: Brennan and Company Architects, GWWO, Inc./Architects, Freeman Architecture, Rohrer Studios, Roland Park Place, Southway Builders, Terra Nova Ventures, Whiting Turner, Ziger Snead Architects
Sponsors: Hord Coplan Macht, Live Baltimore, Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects, Penza Bailey Architects
Thank You … Community Partners
Carroll Museums, Inc., Friends of Patterson Park, Greater Hampden Heritage Council, Greater Lauraville History Round Table, Mount Vernon Place Conservancy