At the March hearing date of HB1513 that would establish a base-level of funding for historic preservation grants in Maryland, Preservation Maryland was joined by amazing colleagues from across the state, including Zunny Miller-Matema of Friends of Tolson’s Chapel. Watch or read her inspiring story and testimony here:
Immediately after the flooding in Ellicott City, Preservation Maryland initiated a statewide fundraising effort and was one of the first non-profit organizations to provide boots-on-the-ground by opening the Ellicott City Preservation Resource Center. That Center has been open and staffed since August, here’s what we’ve contributed to the recovery:
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11/23/2016 By Preservation Maryland
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AmazonSmile offers the same products and pricing, and you can use the same account between Amazon and AmazonSmile including your wishlists and registeries, for example. So, before you make another purchase on Amazon.com, please select Preservation Maryland as your preferred charity and make sure to use our direct link while shopping. Here’s how:
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