The Vineyard Trust has launched a new campaign, 20 Landmarks in 2020, to replace the money that would have been raised at its now-cancelled annual fund-raisers Taste of the Vineyard and Generations Picnic.

Founded in 1975, the trust owns many historic Martha’s Vineyard places including the Flying Horses Carousel, Alley’s General Store, the Old Whaling Church and the Grange Hall. The 20 Landmarks campaign seeks to raise $500,000 to support annual preservation and maintenance work on these properties.

The campaign already has raised $416,000, according to an announcement from the trust, and now seeks to raise the final $84,000 through broad community support.

At the conclusion of the campaign, all donors will be recognized on the trust’s website, which is newly designed by Minelli Inc. of Boston. Donors of $10,000 or more will also be recognized on a commemorative plaque at The Carnegie in Edgartown.

Contributions to the 20 Landmarks in 2020 campaign can be made online at at or by sending a check to Vineyard Trust, PO Box 5277, Edgartown, MA 02539.