The Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum Society has established an endowment fund in their organization’s name through the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES). In partnership with CFES, the Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum Society, Inc. is assured of enhancing and strengthening their organization’s mission in perpetuity.
According to Nancy Howard, President, OC Life-Saving Station Museum Society, “By establishing this Fund through the Community Foundation, the Museum will continue to serve as a resource for new initiatives including but not limited to exhibits, community programs and acquisition of historical artifacts.” She continued, “The Fund also will allow the Museum to explore opportunities to increase exhibit space and partner with other local agencies and businesses to preserve the historical legacy of Ocean City.”
To make a contribution to the Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum Society Fund, please contact BJ Summers, Director, Development and Philanthropic Services, Community Foundation at 410-742-9911.
About the Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum Society: The mission of the Museum Society is to inspire and support the interpretation and appreciation of the cultural and natural history of Ocean City, Maryland, the Worcester County coastal region, and equally, the historical role performed by the United States Life-Saving Service, and to preserve with subsequent mandate the 1891 structure that once served as the Ocean City Station. It strives to be the premier organization dedicated to the preservation, education and research of the history of coastal Worcester County, Maryland.