A new handicap accessible entrance with restrooms and functioning exhibit space was completed in spring 2014 thanks to $150,000 grant administered by the New Jersey Historic Trust (NJHT) and matched by Piscataway Township. A 2019 NJHT grant will provide funds for landscaping including accessible paths around the museum, interpretive signage, and access to the 1890s first floor of the museum, as well as, the Bodine (1728) and Knapp (1840) basement. In September 2021 the Fellowship for Metlar House and the Township of Piscataway were awarded a National Park Service and the Institute of Museum and Library Services $150,000 grant acknowledging the Ross Hall Wall as an American Treasure. Matched by Piscataway Township the wall is to be conserved, interpreted and installed in the Forever the 4th gallery.
Piscataway Township partners with the Fellowship in caring for the historic site and has recently designated funds to repair the building - its commitment to cyclical maintenance of all township properties.