Gifts for General Operating Support
Donate at Any Time or See Monthly Giving
The Elizabeth Park Conservancy contributes substantially to the upkeep of the Park, as a partner with the City of Hartford in maintaining Elizabeth Park. Donations for general operating support received from you and other like-minded donors are what enable the Conservancy to undertake the maintenance costs so essential to the care and upkeep of this beautiful Park
When deciding on a gift amount, please consider what Elizabeth Park means to you. The donor levels and benefits are listed below, and you can safely make your contribution online or by filling out and returning a General Donation Form or an Honorary/Memorial Donation Form.
Donations by check can be made payable to and mailed to:
Elizabeth Park Conservancy
1561 Asylum Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117
Because the Elizabeth Park Conservancy is a 501(c)(3) organization, your donation to the Conservancy for general operating purposes will be tax deductible.
Contributors: $50 - $99 — Invitation to Conservancy’s Annual Meeting.
Supporters: $100 - $249 — Above plus complimentary Park Tree Guide.
Patrons: $250 - $499 — Above plus invitation to behind the scenes tour.
1897 Society: $500 - $999 — Above plus invitation to Conservancy gathering in a private home or garden.
Charles & Elizabeth Pond Society: $1,000 and up — Above plus complimentary rose bed dedication; advance invitations to exclusive events, trips and private garden.
Monthly Giving allows you to select the amount you would like to give each month and to have your credit card charged automatically each month with the amount you specify. Just check Monthly Giving and fill out your credit card information on the DONATE page. Your donor level will be determined by the full amount of your gift during a calendar year. After the end of the calendar year, you will receive a receipt for tax purposes showing your total annual contribution.
Employee Matching Gifts
If your employer has a Matching Gift program, please remember to have your gift to the Elizabeth Park Conservancy matched.