Freehold Township Heritage Society

The mission of the Freehold Township Heritage Society is to preserve, protect and promote the history and physical remnants of our past.


About Us

Established September 2001 as a non-official body to assist with projects designated by the Freehold Township Historic Preservation Commission to

  1. Promote public awareness
  2. Raise funds for ongoing projects
  3. Provide person power for public programs
    1. Open to anyone who expresses interest in preservation and restoration of township structures
    2. Dues will be $20 per year per person/ $25 per year for family
    3. Corporate dues will be $50 per year without voting privileges
  4. Projects will include:
    1. Establish programs for township school children at our historic sites
    2. Provide guides for programs for the public
    3. Secure artifacts from the public for display in our historic sites
    4. Work cooperatively with official and voluntary agencies
    5. Fund-raising for ongoing projects

Buy a Brick Fundraiser

The Freehold Township Heritage Society is working with Eagle Scout Jacob Nelson to erect a flagpole with a brick base outside of the Oakley Farm House Museum. The bricks are engravable and will provide the Heritage Society an opportunity to raise funds to support its many properties.

Application for an Engraved Brick (PDF)