Tribute

A tribute gift is a meaningful way to convey sympathy to the bereaved, memorialize a loved one, commemorate a special occasion or honor a person’s life and accomplishments.  Make a tribute gift with a simple donation, a beautiful wood bench or a newly planted tree. Your donation adds beauty to the Frederick Law Olmsted Parks.

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As you celebrate a wedding, anniversary, birthday or other lifecycle events, think about a tribute donation to Olmsted Parks Conservancy that will serve as an investment in Louisville’s historic park system for today and the future.

Bench Tribute

A beautiful wood bench can be installed in many of the Frederick Law Olmsted Parks.  World’s Fair-style benches are six-foot long and feature a brass plaque that can be personalized with the message of your choice.

Bench (includes bench, shipping, handling, assembly and installation; engraving on a 10” x 2” bronze plaque):

Bonnycastle Hill/Hogan Fountain Benches:

Choose your favorite spot along the new walkway being built as part of a current restoration project in the Bonnycastle Hill/Hogan Fountain area of Cherokee Park. The walkway is scheduled to be completed Fall 2018. Your donation of $3,500 will reserve a bench. Place your order by July 6th for Fall installation. Contact Kathy Ezzell (502-456-8125 or Kathy.Ezzell@olmstedparks.org) to reserve your bench location.

Tree or Shrub Tribute          DONATE HERE 

In keeping with our annual planting plan, you will have many species and locations to choose from. By sponsoring a tree or shrub, you are making a living contribution, adding to the vitality and natural beauty of our parks. Your donation includes planting and maintenance guaranteed for two years, and a custom keepsake and special recognition certification noting dedication and location of the planting:

Questions about Tribute giving, contact Kathy Ezzell at (502) 456-8125 or Kathy.Ezzell@olmstedparks.org.

Fred Facts
Totaling 1200 acres, the parks were designed to offer a complete range of park experiences as defined by Olmsted, from civic gatherings and social interactions to organized athletics and personal recreation.

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