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We rely on donations from community members like you to carry out effective projects. Thanks to your support we and our partners are visibly transforming Embassy Row, Washington’s most important diplomatic street.

Even more than tree rows, we’re creating bonds of shared values among those who now care for plant and sustain our emerging Grand Avenue landscape.

Our 10th Birthday Party at Embassy of Haiti

On May 10, the 10th anniversary of our first tree plantings, H.E. Paul G. Altidor, Ambassador of the Republic of Haiti, will host a reception for us at the Embassy. This is a Louis XVI-styled residence, designed in 1909 by architect Nathan Wyeth, and lovingly restored in recent years. This Embassy was one of the first to help us water lonely, parched trees. For more info about the Embassy and the party see our 2017 Benefit page.

Consider attending !  When you RSVP your voluntary contribution will be appreciated!

Donations are always welcome!

Please use the form below for general contributions to RMA. Thank you!

What your donation can achieve:

$ 1,500 Landscape an historic view
$ 300 One new tree
$ 75 Treekeeper tools

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To mail your contribution use our printable form and send with your check to Restore Mass Ave, 2500 Massachusetts Avenue NW, #6, Washington DC, 20008.

Ask about an employer matching gift. Consider an in-kind gift of services. We also have sponsorship opportunities. Inquire at donate@restoremassave.org.

Restore Mass Ave is a 501 (c) 3 registered in the District of Columbia.
Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

Some sponsors:

2015 Benefit Committee and key supporters

Gill Fishman Associates, winner of 2014 Graphic Design USA

for RMA website and branding

Thanks also to Luann Ebert (programming), Sherry Milano, Polly Terzian and Jenn Lynn Loving (updates).

For design and printing of A Grand Avenue Revival:

logo National Trust for Historic Preservation
Dupont Circle Citizens Association
Sheridan-Kalorama Historic Association
Sheridan-Kalorama Neighborhood Council