The Whitesbog Preservation Trust is a private, non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization supported by membership dues and volunteer energy. Your donations are vital to the ongoing restoration and protection of Whitesbog Village and the cultural and historical programs offered by the Trust.
Memberships are essential to the Whitesbog Preservation Trust’s ability to fulfill its missions to restore, protect, and enhance the land, historic sites, and buildings at Whitesbog, and to provide educational materials and interpretive programs about the history, culture, and natural environment of Whitesbog.
Please help by supporting the mission of the Whitesbog Preservation Trust. Your donation is more than a contribution to Whitesbog. It’s a way to demonstrate community support for Whitesbog and to ensure the preservation of this important historic landmark – a sanctuary whose visitors come to be part of the scenery, the sounds, and the peacefulness of the Pine Barrens. Your support is a critical part of this process. Click here to view our membership levels and benefits.
Whitesbog Preservation Trust is a not-for-profit organization that relies on donations from individuals and groups for its operating support. Along with proceeds from the Blueberry Festival, General Store sales, membership dues, and other fundraising efforts, unrestricted gifts to the Whitesbog Preservation Trust provide support for its programs and services, allowing the Trust to work toward accomplishing its mission.
We are pleased to offer two options to make your donation:
You may also Mail a Donation to:
Whitesbog Preservation Trust
120-34 Whitesbog Road
Browns Mills, New Jersey
Along with financial contributions, the Whitesbog Preservation Trust actively collects objects, archival records, photographs, and oral histories relating to Whitesbog and the families that supported the farm’s operations. Please contact the Archives at 609-283-0255 if you have materials or memories that you are willing to share.
We invite you to become involved with Whitesbog year round. Many activities, programs, and events are held throughout the year, especially during the cranberry harvest and blueberry season. Your contribution of time and talent will support the Trust’s mission–and you’ll have a great time too!
If you’d like to become a volunteer, please take a moment to view our job descriptions.
Then download our Volunteer Application and mail to the address above or email it back to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to tell us about your special skills and interests.