We need your help! Make a donation to the Lake Roland Nature Center.
The Lake Roland Nature Council together with Baltimore County and the State of Maryland pledged funds to build the Nature Center.
To date, the Nature Council is still raising funds toward the Nature Center. We have narrowed the gap to $149,484.00 out of a total building cost of $1.3M.
The new Lake Roland Nature Center has been a game changer for Lake Roland, states Kurt Davis, Lake Roland Nature Council’s President. As a result of the Nature Center we can create programming and events to meet the needs of the diverse community that uses the park, including young people with special needs.
One Lake Roland Nature Council board members commented, “I have personally witnessed young people from the inner city being exposed to wildlife for the first time in their lives, the Nature Center is a place that can change lives and turn young and old alike on to nature. The Nature Center is just not a physical space, it offers a vibrant environment for transformational experiences that were not possible before the building.”
Please help the Lake Roland close its funding gap by making a donation.
The Lake Roland Nature Council (Lake Roland) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All donations are tax-deductible as provided by the law. For donation questions please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
To Donate by Check:
Make checks payable to the Lake Roland Nature Council and mail to:
Lake Roland Nature Council
1000 Lakeside Drive
Baltimore, Maryland 21210
Check memo field: Nature Center
To Donate by Credit Card:
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Mt. Washington Pediatric Center patients making wreaths in the former event space in the Ranger Station.
Park staff providing educational program on the porch of the Nature Center.
Children captivated by staff during programming in the Nature Center.
Children with special needs enjoying the benefits of the ADA programming space afforded by the Nature Center.