Support

Visionaries created our parks more than a century ago. Today, we are once again calling on visionaries to lend their name to the list of civic leaders who will boldly continue the legacy. Your support of The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy aids our restoration efforts throughout the parks.

Explore the many ways to support the parks:

  • Become a member or donor: show your support for park projects, ecological restoration, programming and much more by becoming a member.
  • Plant a tree: memorialize someone special by planting a tree in one of Pittsburgh's parks.
  • Pledge your payroll: making regular contributions is easy when you pledge automatically through your workplace.
  • Attend the Spring Hat Luncheon: join the fun and fashionable at our yearly fundraising event, held in one of the four regional parks.
  • Become a namesake: leave your mark on the parks by personalizing a park chair, bench or brick.
  • Give through a group: rally your organization or company to give back to parks through volunteer days or group gifts.
  • Donate to the Daffodil Project: your gift to the Daffodil Project is a gift that keeps on blooming.

With an eighteen-year track record of excellence, the Parks Conservancy is a sound investment. We are committed to keeping our parks beautiful, safe, lively, and ecologically balanced places that Pittsburghers can enjoy for generations to come. 

Your contribution to the Parks Conservancy is tax deductible in accordance with the law. Contact the Parks Conservancy for detailed information. A copy of the official registration and financial information for the Parks Conservancy may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling 1-800-732-0999 (toll free within Pennsylvania). Registration does not imply endorsement.

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There are a variety of ways to support the parks that you love. Explore the tabs above to learn about giving options or visit our donations and membership page.

 
 
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