Your involvement at Woodlawn helps ensure its role as a community treasure. There are many ways you can deepen your connection to Woodlawn: by volunteering, becoming a member, or by contributing to the annual fund.
Whether it is in the gardens, on a committee, helping in the office, helping visitors touring the house, or helping at a event or workshop, our 100 volunteers help Woodlawn meet its community-centered mission. We encourage you to join our team and become a Woodlawn volunteer today. Volunteer benefits include:
- the satisfaction of knowing that you are an important part of an institution with local and national historic significance
- the joy of serving an important educational and cultural organization
- opportunities to meet visitors from all over the world
- personal enrichment, as you learn more about Woodlawn and its artifacts
- the chance to meet new people and form lasting friendships
Click here for a volunteer registration form or call Woodlawn at (207)667-8671 for more information.
By becoming a Woodlawn Member you can enjoy special benefits and also have the satisfaction of helping preserve an important historic landmark. Yearly membership benefits include: Free house tour admission per member per year, a 10% discount in the gift shop for purchases over $10.00, and discounts to Woodlawn programs, workshops, and events. Individual memberships start at $35 with additional benefits at higher levels.
Click here to become a member or call (207)667-8671 for more information.
Your contribution to the Annual Fund will help Woodlawn continue to enhance its quality programs, preserve the estate, and ensure public access to the grounds. Funds are carefully managed to ensure that the most is made of your gift. To make a donation to Woodlawn’s Annual Fund click here or call (207)667-8671 for more information.
“Woodlawn, including the land, buildings, furniture, and pictures therein shall be kept as a public park”
— from the will of George Nixon Black, Jr.
With this one short phrase, George Nixon Black, Jr. bequeathed his family home and its priceless historical treasures to the Hancock County Trustees of Public Reservations.
With a bequest, a life-income gift, or other type of planned gift, you, like George Nixon Black, Jr., can thoughtfully provide for Woodlawn’s future. You will have the satisfaction of knowing that your gift will have a lasting legacy at Woodlawn thereby enriching the lives of many generations to come.
For more information on planning a gift to Woodlawn, please contact the Woodlawn offices at (207)667-8671.