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Friends of The Jones Falls

Your dues will help support the cost of materials for clean-ups or invasives removal parties--such as the cost of ToolBank rentals as needed--webinar hosting expenses, and the occasional fee for something desired, native tree planting events, refreshments or food and website maintenance charges.
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Individuals and businesses may make charitable donations in support of Friends of The Jones Falls at any time of year. Proceeds will help fund clean-ups, removals and other projects, and a small tool bank of paper leaf bags, trash pickers, gloves, eye protectors and the like.
Your membership dues may be credited in two ways. --Please signify your payment option:                                                                                                                           (A) Our fiscal partner, the Central Baltimore Partnership, offers direct online debit/credit card or PayPal payment. Click on this link,, then scroll down to the Donate button. Choose your desired payment method.                                                                                                                                    (B) If you prefer so that the Friends receives the full amount of your donation, write a check payable to Central Baltimore Partnership and mail to: 25 E. 20th St, Baltimore, MD 21218. So that your donation is properly credited, it's important that you write in the memo line: Friends of The Jones Falls membership.                      

--Note that yours is a tax-deductible donation received by our fiscal partner, Central Baltimore Partnership, Inc., which EIN is 26-2842736.
Thank you for becoming a member of Friends of The Jones Falls!  We appreciate you.
Friends of The Jones Falls is a Maryland corporation fiscally sponsored by the Central Baltimore Partnership which has public charity status under sections 501(c)(3) and 509(a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code.  As no goods or services are provided in exchange for contributions, contributions are therefore tax-deductible to the fullest extent provided by the law.
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