Fire Museum Fundraising
As a small museum, we depend on individual donors and corporate sponsors for new projects and exhibits, as well as operational costs and other ongoing events. On our blog, you can read about the various objects, events, and purposes we are currently seeking funds for. We encourage you to give to a project you feel a connection to, and don't be shy to suggest to your friends and relatives that they do the same! If you are interested in donating but do not see something that catches your eye, please contact us and we will be happy to speak with you. As a reminder, the Fire Museum of Maryland is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and all donations to the Museum are tax-exempt to the extent allowed by law.
Ways to Donate:
When donating, please include your information so we can properly thank you. If you would like your gift to be used for a specific project, consider supporting the restoration of our 1920 Seagrave. If you do not have a specific project in mind, your gift will be used where it is most needed. Below are the most common ways to give to the Fire Museum of Maryland:
Mail a Check
1301-R York Road
Lutherville, MD 21093
Give over the Phone
All major credit cards accepted.
The Holloway Legacy Society
Help us plan for the future of the Fire Museum by leaving cash or property to the museum in your will.
A Donor-Advised Fund is an investment account with the purpose of supporting charitable organizations.
We are excited to announce that we are planning a series of renovations to our beloved
Click on the image to the left to donate!
Our Wish List
While we always appreciate your financial support - and honestly we couldn't operate without it - and the power of social media continues to grow, there are some things that simply make our work easier. Below is a list of a few of those things - if you would like to donate such an item to us, please contact the Museum.
2010 or newer refrigerator
Small Pickup truck
42"+ flat-screen TV
I can't help financially but I support your mission...
As a non-profit, we understand the need to spend money wisely. If you are not in a position to support us financially, would you consider sharing our story with your friends on social media?