Become a Member 2

Save the Trees – Build a Park for the Arts

Benefits focus on three primary areas:

Early Access to Information • Artist and Business Registration for Events • Community Support

As a non-profit, the St. Mary’s CDC invites all who are interested in a vibrant, creative and healthy community to join us today or renew your membership to show your support of this local and regional resource! Our memberships start at just $20 for an individual membership.

Individual ($20)

  • Membership for one individual
  • Email updates and newsletter
  • Invitation to member-only events
  • Advance offers to participate in annual public event

Family ($35)

  • Membership for two or more individuals
  • Includes all of the benefits listed above

Blossom Circle ($100)

  • Membership for two individuals
  • Includes all of the benefits listed above, plus
  • Honors circle mention on website

Branch and Roots Circle ($250)

  • Membership for two individuals or organization
  • Includes all of the benefits listed above, plus
  • Tree adoption, specific notation on website

Cherry Tree Circle ($500)

  • Membership for two individuals or organization
  • Includes all of the benefits listed above, plus
  • Engraved plaque

Century Oak Circle ($1,000)

  • Membership for two individuals
  • Includes all of the benefits listed above, plus
  • Name/logo on annual promotional item for giveaway

Donate by Mail

Send your check to:
St. Mary’s County Community Development Corporation
46940 S. Shangri La Drive, #7
Lexington Park, MD  20653

Donate by Phone

You can call the CDC office at (301) 863-7700.  Please leave a contact number and a message stating that you’re interested in making a donation or speaking to a staff member about giving.

Tribute Gifts

If you would like to make a gift in honor or in memory of a friend or loved one, please just let us know by including a note with your mailed check, or by contacting us at the office. In Memoriam donations can be made at any level but special tributes include Tree Adoption and Memorial Benches in the Arts Park.