Proud supporters of the Benjamin Banneker Historical Park and Museum

A Place to Be Inspired

  The Benjamin Banneker Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit philanthropic group, specializing in fundraising for the Benjamin Banneker Historical Park and Museum. Funds are used to increase educational activities, enhance conservation initiatives, and further develop the Park and Museum into a living history center.  The Foundation pledges to use your generous contribution wisely as we share Benjamin Banneker’s legacy so others may BE INSPIRED.

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Cooking in the Cabin

Recipes from 1790, Benjamin Banneker, and Maryland's Patapsco Valley

Benjamin Banneker Historical Park and Museum's FOODWAYS 1790 program helps visitors understand daily life in the Patapsco Valley just after the Revolutionary War. Using Cooking in the Cabin in your own kitchen as you explore and taste a bit of history. But, more than just something interesting to eat, each recipe tells a story about life in western Baltimore County at the beginning of our nation. Download the full Cooking in the Cabin with a $10 donation. Paper copies can be purchased at the Benjamin Banneker Historical Park Museum or at the Old Mill Café on Frederick Road in Oella.

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Donate to the Benjamin Banneker Foundation by shopping on www.smile.amazon.com

Shop on AmazonSmile and the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price from eligible items.

 

1. Sign in to smile.amazon.com on your desktop or mobile phone browser.

2. From your desktop, go to Your Account from the navigation at the top of any page, and then select the option to Change your Charity.  Or, from your mobile browser, select Change your Charity from the options at the bottom of the page.

3. Search and select Benjamin Banneker Foundation Inc.

*Please note, for donations to occur, all purchases must be made through  www.smile.amazon.com and not www.amazon.com.

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Ellicott City

Celebrating 250 Years

1772 - 2022

Be a part of the celebration!

 

For more information visit, www.ec250.com

     "On record now thy name's enrolled, and future ages will be told,

 

     there lived a man called Banneker, an African astronomer."

                                                                                              - Susana Mason

                                                                                                                               An Address to Benjamin Banneker