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How does a private non-profit organization that is working to restore a historic public park operate? How does the organization fund itself?

The Grant Park Conservancy relies on the generosity of individual members, foundations, corporate donations and in-kind services to sustain the organization and implement park improvements. In short, you are the key to our success.

"Anyone who cares about this park and its future needs to participate in our membership campaign," says Todd Morrell, a Membership Campaign Committee volunteer. "For over 100 years, this park has provided enjoyment to millions of people. We must invest in its health and maintenance so millions can gain the same enjoyment over the next century," says Morrell.

Parks are important in the urban landscape

How can you help?

>JOIN TODAY by making a financial contribution; Restorer = $1000;
Preserver = $500; Conservator = $250; Tree Hugger = $100; Family = $50; Individual = $35; Student/Senior = $15; or Other Amount You Choose. Also, you can buy a brick $75 individual/$150 business; Park Bench with donor plaque = $2500.

>Invite 3-5 (or more) of your friends and neighbors to join;

>Check with your employer about matching gift programs to increase the impact
of your donation;

>Help us identify the person in your company who can advise us on corporate

>Organize a group from your company, church, civic group, or neighborhood to
help the Conservancy with volunteer work projects;

>Offer your experience and expertise;

>Share your ideas on "What makes a park great?"

Contributions can be mailed to: Grant Park Conservancy, 499 Broyles St, SE, Atlanta, GA 30312 or you can click on "Donate" and make your contribution on-line.

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