For five weeks, starting Saturday, March 26, 2022 through Sunday, May 1, 2022, Babylon Vault Company is hosting a Stuff A Trailer Care Package Drive for deployed service members. In partnership with America’s Warrior’s Care Package Projects, we will be collecting items to be shipped to deployed soldiers. With deployments on the rise and those currently deployed, we want to send them a little comfort from home through care packages from a grateful community. See flyer for items that our service members and the K9 working dogs would enjoy and could use.
All items must be in new condition, in original sealed package. No homemade goodies are permitted. Snack (individual wrapped items) and travel size items are ideal.
The trailer is located on the corner of Rte. 31 and Wakefield Valley Road in New Windsor, MD (address in the flyer). Trailer is accessible 24 hours a day/ 7 days week. Simply drive up, drop off & drive on.
Handwritten notes and cards are welcome! These uplifting notes are sure to bring a smile to those thousands of miles away from home. Great project for scouts, youth groups, civic groups, families. No last names or addresses should be put on the letters or notes and all should be unsealed.
We are opening our doors and welcoming our community to join us as we celebrate 90 years!
With deep roots in Carroll County, we are proud to be one of the County’s oldest family-owned businesses.
Stop by and see where it all began. Established in 1930 as Guy W. Babylon & Sons to now as Babylon Vault Company. Babylon Vault Company is recognized as the oldest burial vault manufacturing companies in the country that has remained in one family.
Enjoy a scoop of ice cream as you stroll through the tour as a sentiment of Graham’s love of ice cream.
We are often asked, “what exactly do you guys make there”. Now’s the time to satisfy your curiosity.
Stop by and tour the plant, see how burial vaults and other concrete products are manufactured,
Sign a Before I Die banner and share your personal bucket list, make a personally inspired craft,
In response to food insecurity during the 2020 Covid 19 pandemic, Babylon Vault Company organized a community food drive. Respecting the state-mandated guidelines of social distancing, a no-contact drop off trailer was placed at the corner of Wakefield Valley Road and route 31. The trailer was accessible for drop-offs 24/7. Through the result of advertising frequent PSA’s on WTTR, the Carroll County Times, and Facebook, over 10,000 pounds of non-perishable food was collected and distributed.
Babylon Vault Company employees organized and distributed the donations to 11 food pantries that served all of the zip codes throughout the county.
In addition, in the spirit of honoring our veterans, Babylon Vault Company organized and hosted two drive up food pantries for veterans and provided produce, fresh milk, bread, eggs and a bag of non-perishable food items. Pet food was also distributed.