An American Icon - Unique in the World

Historical Sites like Carroll's Hundred are rare icons of early America's search for democracy. Some, like this one, will be lost unless we work quickly and vigilantly to protect them. Part of Baltimore's great urban park system, Carroll's Hundred's importance has become obscured by lack of knowledge of its national significance and its important African American history. This website is part of our larger public education and information campaign to save this colonial treasure!

You can help by becoming a member, volunteering, and /or sending a letter of support.

Membership Donation

Join the Effort to Save Carroll’s Hundred by Becoming a Member at (1) of the Following Levels:

(When you click on the "Donate" button, you will be taken to a secure site to enter your payment information). It may take up to sixty seconds before the page appears..

Other: $
Post-in-Ground Circle $50
Foundry Group $100
Vineyard Group $125
Orchard Group $250
Orangery Society $500
Terraces Society $1000
Enlightenment Circle $2500


Volunteer

You Can Help by Volunteering for One or More of These Programs. Fill out the form below to get started.

Your Name:
Your Email:
Which programs you'd like to volunteer for:
 Artifact Conversation and Research
 Education
 Orchard Restoration
 Historical Research
 Living History Interpretation
 On-Site Tours



The Carroll Park Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Contributions are tax deductible. Financial information is available from the Carroll Park Foundation, or from the Secretary of State, State House, Annapolis, MD 21401; 410-974-5221.