Make a Donation (all donations are tax-deductible)

There are several ways you can support the Mariemont Preservation Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the historical integrity of our Historic Landmark village for future generations.

Become a Member.  We have several membership levels.  Click HERE for membership details.

We are happy to accept memorial gifts in honor or memory of a loved one.  Please include the name of the person to be honored/remembered and the name and address of the family to be notified of your thoughtful gift.


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Trees are one of the things that make Mariemont special. It’s famed designer, John Nolen, made a special effort nearly a hundred years ago to specify the multitude and variety of trees he wanted to complete his plan. As a result, Mariemont has been designated a “Tree City USA”. However, trees have a life cycle and to keep our leafy beauty, they must be continually replenished with quality stock.

Therefore, the MPF has donated $10,000 to the Village of Mariemont to establish a project for the quality replacement of trees on the streets around the Village that have been lost due to aging, storms and /or disease. Because this will not be enough to complete the project, we are asking for your help to keep Mariemont green.  


Mayor Bill Brown declared Mariemont Arbor Day on Saturday May 1 which was celebrated with a tree planting ceremony of a Red Maple Cultivar tree, donated by MPF, and planted at Patriots Park.  Spectators were treated to an unexpected “101 tree planting” lecture by tree expert Jason Brownknight and a poetry reading by 11-year old Annabel Lyons of her winning Arbor Day Poetry Contest poem “Trees in the Breeze”.  This tree planting could not have taken place without the manual efforts of John Sherpenberg and his Maintenance Crew who diligently maintain our Village trees and landscaping – keeping Mariemont beautiful!