Annual Campaign

Your annual gift to the Garden is an investment into your future memories. You are helping the Garden inspire a new generation of gardeners, enrich lives through educational programming and special events, and ensuring the Garden will be a place for all to enjoy endless beauty and adventure for years to come. Your gift will be a part of a growing, living piece of the community.

See how your donation makes an impact:

Donate

 

Contact Us

For more information about giving to the Garden, contact our Director of Development, Cindy Berton, at 920.491.3691 ext. 104 or cberton@gbbg.org.

Corporate Partnership

Corporate Partnership Programs offer large and small businesses around our community an opportunity to receive recognition and a broad range of professional benefits. Rooted by a local initiative and embraced by northeast Wisconsin and beyond, Corporate Partnership Programs can increase your company’s visibility, help your business grow and show the community you care. Build relationships with clients, conduct business in a setting that stimulates creativity and team-building and provide employees with a beautiful family-friendly destination.

Join us today and let’s grow together!

2017-2018 Special Event Sponsors & Corporate Partner Members

 

Corporate Sponsorship

Build name recognition and brand loyalty by aligning your business with Garden events.

View Corporate Sponsorship PDF

 

Nature Connects Exhibit Sponsorship

Summer of 2018 will be built on fun as Nature Connects®: Art with LEGO® Bricks by Sean Kenney debuts at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Visitors will encounter 12 larger-than-life sculptures made from half-a-million LEGO bricks. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with visitors from all over the Midwest!

Sponsorship Opportunities Guide

 

Sponsorship Pledge Form

 

Corporate Membership

Show your organization’s commitment to positively impacting lives in northeast Wisconsin and become a Corporate Member.

Corporate Partner Member Benefits Summary

 

Corporate Matching Gifts

A thoughtful benefit for your employees and the Garden, companies can demonstrate their community commitment by matching gifts made by employees or retirees to non-profit organizations.

Annual Corporate Donations

Recognition for your partnership spans the entire year and helps make the Garden a year-round recreational, educational and horticultural resource.

Volunteer Opportunities

Organize a team of employee volunteers and create a team-building exercise. Volunteers can work with staff inside and out in the Garden.

Learn More about Volunteer Opportunities

 

Book Your Next Meeting or Corporate Event at the Garden

With the variety of conference and meeting rooms, you’re sure to find a unique and elegant space for any event.

Learn More about Corporate Rentals

 

Contact Us

For more information about Corporate Partnership, contact Cindy Berton, Director of Development, at 920.491.3691 ext. 104 or cberton@gbbg.org.

Legacy Giving

Leave a legacy of amazing beauty and adventure. Join Our Perennial Legacy Society today.

The joy you find in the Garden can last more than a lifetime.

We all want to share what gives us joy. We want to make an impact that lasts. It’s human nature.

For many of us, the Garden is a place to enjoy all seasons of the year and all seasons of our lives. Your connection to the Garden is timeless when you create a legacy gift, ensuring future generations can experience the amazing beauty and adventure the Garden offers. Essentially, with a legacy gift, you share the joy you experienced at the Garden with countless future guests and members.

Any time is the right time to show your love of the Garden. What will your legacy be?

You don’t need abundant resources to show you care for the Garden, and your legacy gift doesn’t need to impact your financial situation today.

Whether you wish to put your donation to work today or benefit the Garden after your lifetime, you can find a charitable plan that lets you provide for your needs today and support the Garden. Become part of Green Bay Botanical Garden’s Perennial Legacy Society, a community of generous and visionary supporters who have pledged a legacy gift to the Garden. Their gifts promise a future of amazing beauty and adventure to delight their loved ones, future visitors and the entire community for years to come.

Legacy Gift Benefits & Ways to Give

 

Simply complete the form below. Any information about your gift will remain confidential (unless you indicate otherwise) and does not create a binding obligation.

Society Membership Form

 

If you would like to talk about planning a legacy gift, or if you have already included the Garden as a beneficiary in your estate planning, please share this information with us so we may celebrate your gift in your lifetime. We would like to thank you appropriately.

Cindy Berton
Director of Development
cberton@gbbg.org
920.491.3691 ext. 104
Susan Garot
Executive Director
sgarot@gbbg.org
920.491.3691 ext. 102

Please note individual financial circumstances will vary. The information on this site does not constitute legal or tax advice. As with all tax and estate planning, please consult your attorney or estate planning advisor. 

CONTACT US

For more information about planning a Legacy Gift, contact Cindy Berton, Director of Development, at 920.491.3691 ext. 104 or cberton@gbbg.org or Susan Garot, Executive Director, at 920.491.3691 ext. 102 or sgarot@gbbg.org.

Memorials & Tributes

Honor and remember a loved one, pay tribute to a special someone who made an impact in your life, or commemorate a special occasion. Memorial and tribute opportunities at the Garden celebrate the important people in your life in an inspiring and refreshing environment. From books, bricks, and bouquets to concerts, stones and benches, choose the most meaningful tribute for your someone special.

Book(s) & Sponsorship of Educational Programs: $25+

Name or expression inscribed on a commemorative bookplate.  Gift supports the Youth & Adult Education Programs, as well as the Children’s or Horticultural Lending Libraries.

General Operating Gift: $25+

Name is recognized in the tribute section of the Garden’s Annual Report. Gift supports ongoing garden maintenance.

Memorial Brick: $125

Name or expression inscribed on a 4”X 8” brick located in the Color & Foliage Garden.

Seasonal Container Bouquet: $150-$500

Recognize your loved one with a seasonal container bouquet with a special engraving. The container bouquet and engraving will remain for the duration of the gardening season. Various containers and locations are available but subject to availability.

Summer Concert Dedication: $250

Dedicate a summer concert to celebrate a special occasion such as an anniversary or retirement, to honor a loved one, or to commemorate the birth of a special individual. The dedication will be announced during a Thursday night Sanimax Concerts at the Garden of your choosing (dates subject to availability). Four tickets and four reserved seats are included.

Plant Endowment Societies: $250+

Name or expression is inscribed on the Society plaque in the Donald & Patricia Schneider Education Center. Plant Endowment Societies are the perfect way to leave a legacy and make a difference by helping maintain the Garden’s annual (Monet), rose (Redoute), and perennial (Renoir) plantings.

Wood Memorial Grove: $500

Name engraved on stainless steel pillars of the main structure in the Memorial Grove.

Tribute Stone: $2,000

Name or expression inscribed on 24” x 30” paving stones on the South Terrace.

Bench in the Garden: Varies

Name or expression inscribed on brass plate on teak or pine benches located throughout the Garden.

Download Memorial & Tribute Order Form

 

Search for a Specific Memorial or Tribute within the Garden

You can search the Garden’s online map to locate a memorial or tribute within the Garden. Search for names or features on the map linked below. Garden staff is continually working to update this map.

View Memorial & Tribute Map

 

Memorial Services & Funerals

Honor your loved one with a Celebration of Life event at Green Bay Botanical Garden. The beauty and tranquility of the Garden creates an ideal setting to remember and celebrate a loved one. Guests are also welcome to wander the Garden and take in the beauty and serenity.

View Memorial & Tribute Map

 

Leave a Legacy of Amazing Beauty & Adventure. Join our Perennial Legacy Society today.

Make a Legacy Gift to Green Bay Botanical Garden.

Learn More

 

Contact Us

If you are making a memorial or tribute gift, download and complete the Memorial & Tribute Order Form so that we can properly acknowledge your gift. For more information about Memorials & Tributes, contact Bobbie Anderson, Executive Assistant, at 920.491.3691 ext. 114 or banderson@gbbg.org.

Matching Gifts

If you work for a company that offers to match the gifts that current or retired employees make to non-profit organizations, you could double, or in some cases, triple the amount of your contribution. Check with the human resources department at your company to determine if they have a gift matching program.

Contact Us

For more information about giving to the Garden, contact our Director of Development, Cindy Berton, at 920.491.3691 ext. 104 or cberton@gbbg.org.

Other Gifts

Major Gifts

Make a difference with a Major Gift to Green Bay Botanical Garden. Your contribution helps a number of special programs and projects that are funded outside the annual operating budget. Your Major Gift helps keep your Garden experience a unique and unexpected adventure.

Endowment

Endowment funds provide a stable source of income to guarantee that the Garden will continue to be an inspiring getaway and educational resource for your future. You can also help keep our admission and membership fees affordable so that the entire community can make memories in Mother Nature. Named endowments also exist so you can choose specific gardens, programs, staff positions or facilities you wish to support.

Contact Us

For more information about giving to the Garden, contact our Director of Development, Cindy Berton, at 920.491.3691 ext. 104 or cberton@gbbg.org.