Your monthly gift of $21 will enroll you in our 1-in-a-Million Sustainers Circle where you will join together with a circle of donors helping us raise $1 million annually to fund vital initiatives! Imagine a community of donors raising money to sustain parks, carrying on the legacy of those who founded the Park District more than 80 years ago.

Your investment of $21 a month or $250 a year will help protect open space, acquire parklands and provide vital programs for underserved members of the community. With your $250 donation we may fund:

  • Preservation of open space and wildlife corridors
  • Protection of the Park district's 55 miles of shorelines
  • Restoration of wetlands
  • Expansion of a robust trail network for increased access to nature
  • Increasing environmental education initiatives and immersive camps for kids
  • And so much more...

We hope you will join the 1-in-a-Million Sustainer's Circle today and join together with a community of donors raising money to sustain parks and continue a vital legacy.

As a thank you for your special gift, we will send you a 1-in-a-Million commemorative lapel pin to showcase your commitment to both parks and people.

If you are unable to join the monthly giving program, but you would like to make a one-time donation, please click here. Thank you for your support!

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