We are so grateful to call Gaithersburg home, and giving back to this incredibly diverse, vibrant and culturally rich city is the best way we know to show that appreciation. Our many philanthropic endeavors also provide our residents with a strong sense of purpose, one of the nine dimensions of wellness we focus on as part of The Art of Living Well programming. Read below to learn more about our philanthropic partnerships:


The Carnegie at Washingtonian Center is excited to partner with Link Generations, an organization that strives to bridge the gap between youth and seniors while educating younger generations about the aging process and the important role seniors play within each community. Based in the Gaithersburg area, Link Generations will connect The Carnegie’s seniors with local high school and middle school students, allowing them to learn new skills and about life experiences from each other.


The Gaithersburg Parks, Arts and Recreation Corporation is a nonprofit organization that initiates and supports arts and culture programs, recreational activities and resources and new and matured parks in Gaithersburg. The Carnegie has an ongoing partnership with G-PARC’s Arts & Culture Alliance to curate the local rotating art gallery in our Discovery Center, and we look forward to future collaborations with the organization’s Parks Alliance and Recreation Alliance as ways to connect even more with the community and, most importantly, give back.


Firmly rooted in the Kentlands, the nonprofit Kentlands Community Foundation serves three purposes: to educate on the landmark that Kentlands has become, to gather community-based support for local arts and culture programs, and to open opportunities for community outreach and volunteerism. The Carnegie at Washingtonian Center and the Kentlands Foundation are well-suited partners committed to championing philanthropy, arts and culture, and community engagement.

Little Free Libraries

The Carnegie’s partnership with Little Free Libraries exemplifies its dedication to fostering a love for reading and community engagement in Gaithersburg. By installing Little Free Libraries throughout its premises, The Carnegie will provide residents with convenient access to a wide array of books, promoting a culture of continuous learning. This collaboration also enhances the sense of community within The Carnegie, as residents can explore new literary adventures and connect with others through a shared joy of reading.


Thank you for visiting! We are thrilled for you to learn more about The Carnegie at Washingtonian Center, located in beautiful Gaithersburg, Maryland. Please fill out the form below to reach out for more information about life’s richest reward.

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