Supported Programs

In line with our goals we support a number of projects and community organizations through member participation and financial assistance:

  1. Maryland Hall strives to be the region’s cultural hub. Its mission is “Art for All”.
  2. The Hammond Harwood House is one of the premier colonial houses remaining in America from the British Colonial period.
  3. The Penny Pines program is a joint project of the National Garden Clubs and the Forest Service to replant indigenous trees in areas that are damaged by fire or natural disasters.
  4.  Grow Annapolis is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering and sustaining community gardens and urban agriculture programs.
  5. The Maryland Food Bank is dedicated to feeding people, strengthening communities and ending hunger for more Marylanders. 
  6. Hospice of the Chesapeake has cared for those in our community who are experiencing serious illness and loss for more than 36 years. 
  7. The Severn River Association is America’s oldest river group whose vision is a healthy and thriving Severn River for present and future generations. 
  8. The Downtown Annapolis Partnership mission is to sustain and strengthen the Annapolis business community.