Friends of the Monterey Pass Battlefield Inc.
The Friends of the Monterey Pass Battlefield, Inc. is a tax-exempt [501c3], non-stock corporation with a focus to promote and support educational programs, historical preservation, community improvement projects, cultural activities, and special projects that benefit the preservation and interpretation of lands with a historical significance of the Monterey Pass Battlefield, to include the retreat from Gettysburg.

The FMPB, Inc. is also the governing body that oversees the battlefield, interpretive facilities and programming of the Washington Township battlefield park grounds. The FMPB, Inc. and Washington Township uses Management, Conceptual, Preservation, and Interpretation Plans that were written and adopted by the Washington Township Board of Supervisors in 2010.

As with many historical sites, the Monterey Pass Battlefield relies on contributions and sponsors to conduct daily operations. Interpretive costs, grounds maintenance, and museum artifacts cost more each year. As interest grows in the Monterey Pass story, the demand for facilities, signage, and other means of providing historical education also increases. The FMPB, Inc. Board welcome any contribution you may consider to assist in continuing this worthy cause. There are many ways to contribute, some of which are memberships and charitable contributions.

Membership and Support:
General membership for the Friends of the Monterey Pass Battlefield, Inc. is on an annual basis. All members can stay up to date with the Friends of the Monterey Pass Battlefield, Inc., the battlefield park and museum through Monterey Pass Advocate. All membership dues are used to preserve, protect, and enhance the the Monterey Pass Battlefield located near Blue Ridge Summit, PA.

100% of your donation/membership goes to the battlefield.To make a tax deductible donation or to become a member of the Friends of the Monterey Pass Battlefield, Inc.,  please download the following brochure .
Dedication of the Michigan Brigade marker
Establishment of a museum
Helping with the creation of a battlefield park
Brubaker re-dedication
Museum & battlefield operations
Raising funds for land purchases