How did a 250 acre farm in Upper Manhattan thrive? Through the work of enslaved people whose stories have been left untold. Help museum staff bring these stories to the forefront.

Make a donation and make Inwood history.

The Dyckman Farmhouse Museum Alliance (DFMA) works in partnership with the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation, which owns the farmhouse and property, to preserve the historic structure and provide dynamic programming for the community. The site does not receive an annual budget allotment and thus funds must be raised by DFMA to ensure the continued operation of this important site.

DFMA is 501c3 non-profit organization, led by a board of volunteers who have dedicated themselves to assisting in the preservation of the farmhouse, supporting research and education, and aiding in the continuing maintenance of the farmhouse and garden.

DFMA raises funds from a wide variety of individuals, corporations, and foundations – creating partnerships that provide financial support to meet the most critical preservation and educational needs of the site.