Dunwoody Preservation Trust (DPT) was chartered as a 501(c)(3) in 1995 with the purpose of preserving the history and heritage of Dunwoody.  In addition to saving and rehabilitating historic properties and cemeteries in the city, DPT seeks to educate the public on the rich history of Dunwoody and its founders, and to archive its stories and photographs.  Public and private donations, as well as two major fundraisers, Lemonade Days and Apple Cider Days, help to support these efforts.

Mission Statement:

The Dunwoody Preservation Trust’s mission is to identify and save the historic resources and heritage of Dunwoody, and to create opportunities for community members to interact with and understand our city’s history in order to bridge generations and strengthen the ties that bind together our City.

Vision Statement:

To create the optimal network between our community, public sector and non-profit sector for the promotion of local historic preservation.

Caretaker’s Cottage Fundraiser:  

For more information about this special fundraiser, and to view the video “Saving the Caretaker’s Cottage” please visit the following link. Caretaker’s Cottage Fundraiser

Upcoming Events
April 2 @ 3:00 pm

Donaldson-Bannister House and Gardens Talk

We have an opportunity to hear a more in-depth lecture about the Donaldson-Bannister House and Gardens. The speakers will be […]

April 19

Lemonade Days

The 19th annual Lemonade Days festival hosted by Dunwoody Preservation Trust (DPT)! Lemonade Days is the largest annual fundraising event for […]

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September 13, 2016

First HistoryAlive! event at Donaldson-Bannister home

All Aboard! Take a trip back in time, climb on the engine “Old Buck” and ride the Roswell Railroad as […]

August 30, 2016

Donaldson-Bannister house, farm soon to be open to public

One of Dunwoody’s treasures is about to embark on its public life, thanks to a public-private partnership between the city […]

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