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Ways to Give

 

 

Community support makes our work possible. A quarter of our funding comes from individuals who make one-time or repeat donations.

Your gift contributes to the health and resilience of our communities, and every gift makes an impact!  For example, providing a tree for a family in need costs us $150.

Donate Online

Donate securely here through our website. Or schedule your gift for December 8 to maximize the value of your donation through the Colorado Gives Day inventive fund.

 

($30,000 matching fund applies to gifts received via our website, via ColoradoGives.org, and mail. Not applicable to capital project donations.)

 

Monthly giving is one of the most powerful ways to support the causes you care about.  Set up a monthly recurring gift through our ColoradoGives.org page.

 

Donate By Mail

The Park People
1510 S. Grant Street
Denver, CO 80210

Donate with Stock

We also welcome gifts of stock.  Please call 303-722-6262 or email kim@TheParkPeople.org for instructions.

 

In-Kind Goods & Services

We are currently seeking:

  • A reliable pick-up truck for our projects, including tree plantings and park stewardship workdays!
  • Reliable PC laptop computers
  • Photography and videography services to capture our activities and projects
  • Chairs for our conference room

Please email Diana@TheParkPeople.org or call 303-722-6262 if you can contribute in-kind goods or services.

Planned Giving

 

Our supporters are deeply committed to the future of our local and global communities. Throughout our history we have been deeply honored to receive bequests, sometimes unexpected, from our friends in the community.

Please contact Executive Director Kim Yuan-Farrell at  kim@TheParkPeople.org if you are interested in joining our legacy group of individuals who have pledged to include us in their estate plans.

Invest in Capital Projects

 

The Park People spearheads capital projects of various sizes and scopes in Denver's parks and recreation system. These projects include Denver's most iconic historic park landmarks like Cheesman Park Pavilion and Washington Park Boathouse, new structures and facilities like the Gates Tennis Center, lesser known community treasures like the Cranmer Park Sundial & Plaza, and high-need resources like playgrounds in underserved neighborhoods.

Click here to learn more about our past capital projects.

If you are interested in making a contribution to a capital project or wish to explore partnering with The Park People on a project, please contact Diana@TheParkPeople.org.

 

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