Corporate & Foundation Sponsorship Opportunities
Give back to the community by supporting the Parks Conservancy’s work to restore and preserve the great parks of Pittsburgh. The following lists ways for your company to join the momentum of parks restoration. Call the Parks Conservancy at 412-682-7275 to get involved.
Gifts to the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy can be made in a variety of forms, including cash and securities. All gifts and bequests are tax deductible to the full extent permitted by law. Checks and other instruments should be made payable to the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy.
Corporate Volunteer Days
The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy welcomes the opportunity to work with companies and community organizations on volunteer projects. We encourage you to involve your business or members with the parks by setting up company volunteer days with us. We will work with your staff to develop a volunteer project that fits your schedule and interests.
Some company projects have included tree plantings, invasive vine removal, installation of thousands of daffodil bulbs, and litter removal. Volunteering with the Parks Conservancy is a great investment in the community and vastly increases the amount of work that can be accomplished by our staff.
To get your company involved, please contact Jake Baechle, Volunteer Coordinator, at 412-682-7275, ext. 214 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Parks Conservancy is pleased to work with companies, foundations, and donors to match their interests with funding needs in the parks. Here are just a few examples of projects and items for which we are seeking funding. If you would like to fund one of these projects or have an interest in financing other park projects, contact us at 412-682-7275.
Endow a gardener: $1 million
Bridge restoration: $250,000
Drinking fountains: $10,000
Six-foot stone park benches: $3,000
Wooden park benches: $2,000
Gatehouse Restoration: $1 million
Frick Park Entry Fountain: $750,000
Frick Park Entry Gardens: $750,000
Gatehouse Maintenance: $10,000
Restoration of Reservoir Promenade: $500,000
Garden Trellises in Entry Garden: $150,000 each
Garden Bed Endowment: $1,200 to $10,000
Stone Terrace at Entrance: $200,000
Chapel Shelter Garden Plantings: $100,000
Snyder’s Point Landscape: $25,000+
Panther Hollow Boathouse: $3 million
Visitor Center Terrace: $25,000
Visitor Center Winter Programming: $10,000
Sundays in the Park Music Series: $10,000
Lending Library: $100,000
Holiday Lighting: $50,000
Live music on the Oval: $30,000
Life-size Chess Game: $30,000
Film Series: $25,000
Children’s Puppet Show: $25,000
Carriage Rides at the Plaza: $10,000
Spring Hat Luncheon: $2,500 and up
One of the greatest ways to help is to support the Parks Conservancy's endowment. This crucial support will ensure the health and maintenance of our treasured parks for generations to come. The Regional Parks Master Plan outlines a 20-year blueprint for parks restoration, and building our endowment is crucial to ensuring that these projects are completed.
Call the Parks Conservancy at 412-682-7275 to get involved!