Become a Member


Select your DPT Membership Level:



Why should you become a Member of DPT?

DPT History:

The Dunwoody Preservation Trust (DPT) was founded in 1995. It is a 501 (c)(3) organization chartered to preserve the history and heritage of Dunwoody.

DPT Goals: Acquisition and/or underwriting the maintenance of historically significant properties, documenting historical and current happenings, providing education on Dunwoody’s past and contributing to the general beautification and functionality of Dunwoody.


How to Give: A 501 (c)(3) Non-Profit organization, the Dunwoody Preservation Trust (DPT) relies upon its members and the generosity of individuals, corporations and foundations to provide support that is critical to the success of our programs and operations. Please join us in preserving and sharing Dunwoody’s past by making a contribution today. Don’t forget your Company Match opportunities with your Gift.

Annual Membership: We invite you to become an annual member of Dunwoody Preservation Trust.  We offer many membership levels to meet every budget.  Select the Level that best meets your needs and with the benefits that will mean the most to you and your family.

Keeper of the Land – $50
10% Summer Camp Registration Discount
History Alive Admission Discount
eNewsletter

Trailblazer – $100
All Keeper of the Land benefits
PlusSummer Camp Priority Registration

Historian – $250
All Trailblazer benefits
Plus – Invitation to Member-Only Events
One 1-day ride wristband for Lemonade Days

Preservationist – $500
All Historian benefits
Plus5% Facility Rental Discount (Donaldson Bannister Farm – M-Th)
Priority Invitation to Member-Only Events
Two 1-day ride wristbands for Lemonade Days

Donate: We invite you to participate in a larger role in advancing our mission to preserve the history and heritage of Dunwoody by becoming a donor. Your tax–deductible donation will have an important and direct impact in our community by helping us to provide more educational programming and to aid us in the preservation of historical buildings and cemeteries in the City of Dunwoody.

Please click here for more information about how to Become a Donor.