Support the Baltimore Architecture Foundation

Donate to the BAF

We invite you to donate to the Baltimore Architecture Foundation.

At the base of any organization is a mission its supporters can believe in, and we believe in promoting the value of architecture and Baltimore’s built environment. We do this through our many programs, including our building tours, FAR/Kids in DesignDoors Open Baltimore, the Spring Lecture Series and much more. Your support allows us to continue and build upon our programs, furthering our mission to foster an understanding of and an appreciation for Baltimore architecture.

The Baltimore Architecture Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Charitable Non-Profit Organization established, in part, to promote an understanding and appreciation of architecture in the Baltimore region. All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.

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Alternatively, you can mail a check for the appropriate amount indicated above and the information requested below to:

The Baltimore Architecture Foundation
11 1/2 W. Chase Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

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Program Sponsorship

AIA Baltimore and the Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF) host many events over the course of the year that include sponsorship opportunities.Support BAF programs including Doors Open Baltimore, Baltimore Architecture Month, the Annual Groundhog Day Party, Spring Lecture Series and the Schamu Golf Outing, Auto Classic, and Lawn Party.

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Thank you to our 2019 Event Sponsors

Dave Ditman, Abell Foundation, AJ’s on Hanover, Alexander Design Studio, Ames & Gough, Ammon Heisler Sachs Architects, Andrew Nagl Photography, Anova Furnishings, APA Maryland, Ashton Design, ASLA Maryland, Baltimore Masonry Supply Center – A Division of the Glen Glery Corporation, Baltimore National Heritage Area, Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, BCT Architects, Belair Road Supply, Biohabitats, BKM, Blue Pit BBQ, brennan+company architects, Century Engineering, David and Dads, Delbert Adams Construction Group, Design Collective, Forbes Design Center, Geotourist, Goodier Builders, Gutierrez Studios, Haworth, Hillis Carnes Engineering Associates, Hord Coplan Macht, Investment Counselors of Maryland, JC Porter Construction, Jerome C Gray Architect, Kimley-Horn, Klein Agency, LLC, Lewis Contractors, Mahan Rykiel Associates Inc., Maharam, Maryland Heritage Area Authority, Maryland Public Television, Mechosystems, Michael J Walkley PA, Miles & Stockbridge, Morgan Keller Construction, Morris & Ritchie Associates, Moseley Architects, Mt. Washington Tavern, Mt. Vernon Marketplace, Mule-Hide Products, Murphy Dittenhafer Architects, Penza Bailey Architects, Porter Buckley Construction Group, Quinn Evans Architects, Rohrer Studio, Ruff Roofers, Shaw Floors, Site Resources Inc., SM+P Architects, Smithouse Construction, Structura, Inc., Suzanne Frasier FAIA, Swirnow Building Systems, T3XTURE, The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company, TJPhoenyx, Tower Hill Development, Twopoint Studio, Visit Baltimore, Waldon Studio, WBCM, Whitney Bailey Cox & Magnani, LLC, WYPR, Younts Design Inc.

Thank you to our 2019 Contributors

Makana Alcain, Rob Brennan, Dennis Brown, Jackie Browning, Joseph Cellucci, Judy Dobbs, Janet Felsten, Mary Frederick, Jackson Gilman-Forlini, Amy Gould, Elizabeth Ketzner, Edward Kohls, Kathleen Lechleiter, Dina Markakis, Eileen McKuckian, Bruce Payne, Daniel Ramos, Daniel Reck, Evan Richardson, Ted Rouse, Hal Sachs, Walter Schamu, Christine Simeone, Claire Smith, Damie Stillman, Louise Thomas, Mary Weiss, Amy Wunderlin