Give a gift in honor or in memory of loved one that will last a lifetime through Wichita Parks Foundation Tree programs. By selecting one of the options below or donating towards a memorial tree, all donations will go to support our parks and continue to provide a beautiful place for the community to come together. All gifts are tax-deductible.

Adopt-a-Tree $250

Wichita Parks Adopt-a-Tree program provides people the opportunity to adopt mature trees in our Wichita Park system. By adopting a tree, your donation will go towards helping to provide the proper maintenance for these trees throughout the year. This makes a great gift for special occasions. A commemorative card will be sent to you with information about your adopted tree and the location. 

Memorial Tree $300 

For every donation, a tree will be planted in honor or in memory of a loved one in one in one of Wichita’s parks. A commemorative card will be sent to you and/or a loved one/family member, notifying them of your gift. 

Legacy Tree $750+

Many trees have been destroyed by storms or have died from serve heat and disease. Help Wichita grow and continue a long legacy of a healthy forest canopy within the city’s public areas and parks! Plant a new tree and watch it grow with your donation. Planting season begins in late fall and lasts through early spring, donate now and have your tree planted this season. Donors will receive a commemorative card, a keepsake tree tag.

 

Memorial bench $2,000

Park benches are a great way to remember a loved one or friend for a life time. With your donation towards a memorial bench, you not only help beautify one of your favorite parks within Wichita, your memorial celebrates a life of memories.  Each donor will receive a commemorative card notifying them of your gift and installation of the bench.

Pricing includes:

Engraved plaque with minimum 3 lines of text 
6-foot park bench - color Wichita Green
Installation with concrete foundation
Maintenance of the bench for 10 years

 

Anderson Bench at Great Plains Nature Center

Anderson Bench at Great Plains Nature Center