ContributeFriends of Mount Harmon, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) non profit organization and depends upon annual contributions and support to operate, maintain and preserve Mount Harmon Plantation. Contributions fund Mount Harmon’s educational programming, keep its historic buildings and beautiful grounds kept up, and the plantation preserved for your enjoyment and for future generations.
We depend upon your annual membership contribution to help maintain and preserve Mount Harmon. Membership helps to fund Mount Harmon’s educational programming, keep its historic buildings and beautiful grounds kept up, and the plantation preserved for your enjoyment and for future generations. Friends of Mount Harmon memberships are annual and begin with each new calendar year. Renewing your annual membership is one of the best ways to support and share in Mount Harmon’s history and scenic beauty.
Click here to find the membership level that is just right for you and join in the fun at the plantation this year! Memberships at the $100 and up levels feature year round access to the plantation, and provide a wealth of opportunities to enjoy the plantation throughout the seasons. Upper level memberships include tickets to some of Mount Harmon’s popular annual events and the chance to host an event or party at the plantation – recently named one of Maryland’s most beautiful historic sites. Your membership is an investment in the future of this historic treasure. We look forward to seeing you this year at the plantation!
Corporate Memberships and Sponsorships
Mount Harmon offers excellent corporate sponsorship and membership opportunities, which provide vital support for Mount Harmon and valuable exposure and benefits for area businesses. Corporate Membership benefits include access to Mount Harmon for corporate meetings, retreats and special events. Most importantly, memberships are tax deductible and help to preserve and maintain Mount Harmon Plantation.
VolunteerismMount Harmon’s successes are a team effort. Friends of Mount Harmon depend upon our dedicated volunteers throughout the year, who help with everything from giving tours and assisting with our school program, to assisting with FOMH special events and projects.
Docents lead manor house tours and assist with the museum’s education program. Training is provided. Docents are requested to volunteer 8 hours of service per month during our open season (May – October, Thursdays – Sundays, from 10-3 pm).
Volunteers are also needed to assist with the museum’s special events, education program, fundraising mailings, and other projects. Hours are at your convenience.
If you are interested in the region’s colonial and natural history, become part of Mount Harmon Plantation, a scenic and historic treasure. Call 410-275-8819 or email email@example.com to learn more and to join our team of dedicated volunteers.
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600 Mount Harmon Road
Earleville, MD 21919