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Support Your Parks
There are many ways you can enhance the parks and recreational programming in Evanston! Your can add a new tree to our urban canopy, sponsor a bus trip to a Special Olympics meet, or replace a well-worn paddle from the Ecology Center’s canoeing program. Your contribution today will uniquely impact access and engagement in parks and programs across the city.
See below for opportunities to support your parks!
TREE DONATION PROGRAM
Please click here for a link to Forestry page listing donor acknowledgements.
The Tree Donation Program offers three opportunities for you to make a green gift while preserving the unique and delicate ecosytem of our urban forest.
New Trees ($600) - Planted in any Evanston park, a new tree is a living gift that provides a life-long commemoration of any special occasions. New Tree Donation Form.
Memorial Trees ($300 and up; limited availability) - Dedicate an existing tree in Ladd Arboretum to honor the legacy of a loved one or remember a special day. A small plaque will identify your tree. Memorial Tree 2013 Form.
Urban Reforestation ($25-$299) - Each year, Evanston's urban forest faces attrition due to age, storm damage and disease. Supporting the urban reforestation program at any level helps maintain the urban forest canopy that has enabled our community to be designated a “Tree City USA” since 1984. Urban Reforestation Donation Form.
For more information about this opportunity please contact Paul D'Agostino at email@example.com or at 847.448.8060. ____________________________________________________________________
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