There’s all sorts of ways to support the Red Mill Museum Village! Through your generous support, financially, through in kind donations, or a generous donation of your time, we can continue to preserve and present the history of Hunterdon County and the surrounding areas! We need you to keep the water wheel turning!
We’re always looking for supplies to help us!
We’d like to thank RBC Cable Technologies for generously donating and installing new lights for the stairways of the Red Mill. In addition to lights, RBC Cable Technologies is instrumental in our annual Haunted Village Fundraiser.
Are you a business that would like to help us out on site? Please give us a call at 908-735-4101 Ext. 102.
Have some extra supplies? We can always use something!
Have any of these things or would like to get them for us? It’s a great way to see your generosity in action! Give us a call at 908-735-4101 Ext. 102.
Volunteers Keep the Wheel Going!
We always are in need of volunteers–from event days to manning our gift shop during the week, to lawn work–we’ve got all sorts of opportunities for community service!
If you’re interested in volunteering, please give us a call at 908-735-410 Ext. 102 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help us Save the Tenant House
The Tenant House is an important part of our site. It was built by the Mulligan Family to house workers who labored on their quarry. It allows us to tell the story of immigrants who came to this nation and toiled to make a better life for themselves and their families. Currently, the building is in desperate need. A new roof, as well new chimneys, and interior structural work are required immediately.
Help us preserve history. Any donations given with the button below to restore the Tenant House will go into a restricted fund to be used only for that purpose. To learn more about the Mulligan Quarry, please click here.
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