The Montrose Botanical Society, the development arm of the Montrose Botanic Gardens is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All donations to the gardens are tax deductible. Your donation helps make it possible to keep our gardens open to the public for no charge.
Any donation equal to current membership levels will automatically provide an annual membership. All donations $250 or more annually will also have the option to receive an engraved Giving Brick to be placed in the Valley Garden Shavano Patios.
GENERAL OPERATING FUND
You are invited to make a one time donation to the Montrose Botanic Gardens.
These funds will go toward general operating costs and will make a difference for generations to come!
The Valley Garden is getting closer to completion thanks to many in-kind and financial contributions.
Our goal is to complete the Valley Garden plan with an expanded lawn area, pathways with seating, perennials, ornamental grass display, aromatic & sensory garden, and a Rose garden.
Help us to completion by donating, buying a Giving Brick or supporting our upcoming Garden fundraising events.
Support the long term financial stability of the Montrose Botanic Gardens through an endowment fund made available through the Montrose Community Foundation.
Please refer to this PDF for information about supporting MBG through this endowment fund.
You may also click on the button below and donate through the Community Foundation website. Click "Donate" and select "Montrose Botanical Society Endowment".
Garden of Lights
The Garden of Lights is designed as an affordable community event to help grow the Gardens, Thousands of folks of all ages and families enjoyed this unique holiday experience in Montrose!
We are requesting assistance from local businesses, individuals and organizations to donate and help the event grow this holiday season.
We would appreciate contributions or investment in our projects. Your donation will be recognized during the event.
IN-KIND DONATIONS AND GARDEN WISH LIST
Donations are also accepted for much needed tools and equipment – See our Wish List below.
If it’s not on our wish list, it might be a great donation for our Silent Auction in December.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out.
Liquid Fence – prevents deer and rabbits from eating plants.
120 feet of new brown or green entry garden border fence. 18" height similar to what we have. Removable and storable in a reasonably small space.
12 x 12 pop up shelter to protect volunteers and event goers from sun.
2 pair of basic corona pruners for volunteers to use.
2 packages ant disc killers for crevice garden.
2 -3 cans good hornet spray.
4 to 6 durable outdoor folding chairs to use near stage and store in stage.
Little Giant Velocity Ladder – multi-purpose ladder.
Stihl Multi Tool System with a gas motor. The engine unit plus these accessories: leaf blower, hedge trimmer, cultivator, pole pruner and string trimmer.
Giving Bricks &Memorials
Montrose Botanic Gardens can help you commemorate important people in your life with a customized memorial Giving Brick. Our dedicated Shavano Plaza patios are designed to honor and remember your loved ones. Your generous contribution will be included in our effort to complete the Valley Garden and enhance the Gardens.
Acknowledgment - A personalized acknowledgement letter of your thoughtfulness will be sent to the family of the person being remembered.
Recognition - In addition to the engraved bricks in the Garden, all Memorial gifts are recognized in a Montrose Botanical Society newsletter.
Note: Memorial Giving bricks are placed in Shavano Plaza Area periodically based on weather and other factors.
There are several sizes of bricks to choose from:
3”x6” Engraved Paver - $250-$499 Donation
6”x6” Engraved Paver - $500-$999 Donation
6”x9” Engraved Paver - $1000-$2499 Donation
9”x9” Engraved Paver - $2500-$4999 Donation
9”x9” Engraved Paver w/ donor's choice of artwork or logo - $5000+ Donation
The Montrose Botanical Society is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization (tax identification number is 84-1331789) under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Memorial donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.