#GivingTuesday

Giving Tuesday – Supporting This Local Treasure

The Season, the Reason to Give…

Today is Giving Tuesday and it’s the first time that Heathcote Botanical Gardens has participated!

Please join the movement and support Heathcote’s efforts to grow as a public cultural resource! Your year-end support will help us restore our Gardens after Hurricane Irma, as well as make vital improvements to our services and help in the restoration of Heathcote House!

#GivingTuesdayThis holiday season, take time to focus on presents that keep giving all year long!

A Garden Gift Membership provides a way to share with loved ones the importance of sustainability and ensures the essence of what the season is all about.

Your generous support of Heathcote Botanical Gardens on #GivingTuesday is a gift that keeps on giving! Whether it’s a donation for ongoing program support or a gift membership, your donation helps Heathcote fulfill its mission to provide cultural, educational and recreational activities to visitors of all ages who enjoy our urban green space! We wouldn’t be here without you! Your donation is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

These days we take so many aspects of our life for granted. Donating to Heathcote ensures that this local treasure can continue its mission: To educate and inspire by providing a place of botanical beauty and to serve as a resource for the conservation of our environment.

We appreciate your confidence and support of Heathcote so we can ensure that this valued resource is here today and for future generations to enjoy!

Restroom Facelift

I Spy…Volunteers in July

There’s been a frenzy of activity at Heathcote. Volunteers, visitors, workshops and more.

July saw a caladium workshop, volunteers giving the restrooms a new paint-job, fence repair, preparation for Heathcote’s Showdown on the Green Charity Golf Tournament and campers learning about the watershed to name a few.

Our Co-Hort volunteers and a generous community of supporters continue to help steward the mission of Heathcote Botanical Gardens to preserve this beloved community asset for today and future generations.

In 2016, Co-Horts racked up more than 12,700 hours dedicated to fulfilling HBG‘s mission! We always have room for more, to learn how you can help, check out our volunteer page, membership page, or make a donation.