Let's work together to bring beautiful gardens
to southern Delaware
The Delaware Botanic Gardens has made significant progress because of the generosity of numerous donors and founding members. For the Open the Garden Gates campaign, donations of all sizes are needed:
One-time gifts to help the garden buy plants, trees, and other needed items
Pledges paid monthly, quarterly, semiannually, or annually over several years
Gifts in honor or in memory of a family member or a friend
Naming opportunities for various features of the garden
Contributions that advertise a business’s community support
Donations are an excellent way to give back to your community and support public programs and the operational expenses of the Delaware Botanic Gardens. More are needed to assist the development and construction of this first public botanic garden on southern Delmarva. We need your help for a garden to grow—more so now than any other time.
The Delaware Botanic Gardens, Inc., EIN-32-0371538,
is recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt, charitable organization.
All or part of your gift may be deductible as a charitable contribution.
Please check with your tax adviser.
|Great White Oak||$100,000 and above|
|American Holly||$50,000 to $99,999|
|Atlantic White Cedar||$25,000 to $49,999|
|Loblolly Pine||$10,000 to $24,999|
|Sweet Gum||$5,000 to $9,999|
|Sassafras||$1,000 to $4,999|
|Juniper||up to $999|
Great Cypress Guild - Membership for deferred or planned gifts
Flowering Dogwood Society - Membership for cumulative giving in excess of $100,000
American Chestnut Circle - Membership for cumulative giving in excess of $10,000
Thank you for giving this year and for all you do to help this garden grow.
Together we can make it happen.
Click on the button below to make a donation
in any amount. Thank you!
To donate by check
Please complete this form and click Submit. Then mail your check to
Delaware Botanic Gardens
P.O. Box 1390, Ocean View, DE 19970
Make checks payable to Delaware Botanic Gardens
Banner photograph: The annual Good Earth Farm Dinner has been one of the garden's largest fundraisers, bringing in donations from individuals and businesses throughout our region. In 2015 special guests included Carla Markell, chair of DBG's Advisory Council, and her husband, Governor Jack Markell, at center. Flanking them are Sheryl Swed, Susan Ryan, David Ryan, and Raymond J. Sander. Photograph by Ann-Margaret Donato, courtesy Good Earth Farm and Organic Market