THE PITTSBURGH PARKS CONSERVANCY via Crowdrise
September 27, 2012
BENEFITING: THE PITTSBURGH PARKS CONSERVANCY
EVENT DATE: May 05, 2013
Join Team Pittsburgh Parks at the 2013 Pittsburgh Marathon and help us raise more money than ever before.
Click the big DONATE button or go one step further and help us fundraise by joining the team. You'll get your own fundraising page to share with all your amazing family and friends.
The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy was founded in December 1996 by a group of citizens concerned with the deteriorating conditions of Pittsburgh's parks. In 1998, the Parks Conservancy signed an official public-private partnership agreement with the City of Pittsburgh to work together for the restoration of the city's four regional parks - Frick, Highland, Riverview, and Schenley. Since then, the Parks Conservancy has raised more than $60 million toward park improvements, and has recently expanded into other city parks as time and resources permit.
The non-profit organization is celebrated for its historically based restoration projects which include the Frick Park Gatehouse at Reynolds Street, the Highland Park Entry Garden, the Walled Garden at Mellon Park, the Riverview Park Chapel Shelter, and the return of Schenley Plaza from a parking lot in Oakland. The work also includes the restoration of more than 7 miles of trails throughout Pittsburgh's regional parks.
Thank you all for your support!
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Incentives for Donors/Fundraisers:
Overall Top Donor/Fundraiser – Memorial Tree Planted in a Pittsburgh Park
$1,000 – Parks Conservancy L.L. Bean Jacket
$750 – The Porch at Schenley $75 Gift Certificate
$500 – Parks Conservancy Nalgene Water Bottle & T-Shirt
$250 – 25 Daffodil Bulbs Planted in a Pittsburgh Park
$100 – Parks Conservancy Baseball Cap
Note: The list above is based upon the total amount donated/raised during the campaign and those who achieve level $250 and up have a choice of that gift or any from a lower level.