Ways to Give

Garden & Grapes

Garden & Grapes

Support Chase Garden

Chase Garden is dependent on contributions, admissions, and events for revenue. We aim to maintain the garden in the spirit of its creators and to share it as a horticultural and educational resource for the region and as an inspiration for visitors from around the world. Your support is essential to carrying this mission forward.

Last year, your dollars went directly toward the hire of the first time ever, Director of Chase Garden.  Your dollars also enabled us to hire a lead horticulturist, replace of the roof and install two highway tourism signs.  This year, in addition to the complete rehabilitation of two areas in the garden, our goals are to provide educational opportunities to local schools, open a small garden shop and of course to maintain the garden as a place of solitude and beauty for our visitors.

This year is a critical one for the Chase Garden as we work on transitioning it toward independence as a self-sustaining public garden.  Your support will help us take significant steps toward accomplishing this goal.  Become a donor today!

DONATE TO CHASE GARDEN

DONATIONS

Funds from donations go directly to preserving and maintaining the beautiful Chase Garden and assist in our continued efforts to keep the garden open for public enjoyment and education.  Join our annual Donor’s Circle and know that you are helping to sustain this iconic Northwest garden.  All donors receive recognition in our newsletter and.

2015

$20-$35

Robert W. Allison

Norma G. Brady

Ruth L. Dahlgren

Kristine M. Dillinger

Kim Fabel

Judith Giniger

Pearl Grogan

Jacqueline Hiltz

Bonne Holbrook

Lowell E. Holbrook

Glenda L. Jackson

Brenda Kodama

E. Alice Lauber

Tammy Locati

Glenice Loux

Anne R. Marshall

Marjorie D. Minaker

Sharon A. Newcomer

Philanthropic Education Opportunities

Wava D. Pope

Sheryl L. Ramstad

Joan M. Root

Barbara Samora

June M. Skidmore

Nancy Stambaugh

Susan Stroh

Linda L. Thompson

Virginia S. Thun

Rosie Trujillo

Trudy Wargo

Jean M. Warren

Elizabeth Willard

$50-$99

Harriott F. Balmer

Jeri A. Booth

Rodney L. Brewster

Christine Brittain

Fred Clingan

Robert P. Cole

Edna A. Dam

Elizabeth A. Fotheringill

Regina Gallwas

David B. Groppenberger

Dennis Hansen

G. H. Holley

Kim M. Howell

Illahee Garden Club

Cynthia J. Lorch

Perennial Designs

Shirley Post

John S. Priedeman

Brian K. Seitz

Patricia C. Stolp

Laura D. Weeks

$100

Marylynn Abe

Deborah Andrews

Eleanor Boba

Lynette Clausen

Karen Craven

Robert F. Findlay

David B. Groppenberger

Frederick W. Hayes

Douglas D. Kiefer

John E. MacKean

Dale L. Martin

Sara R. Matoi

Rosemary Maulden

Lee C. Neff

John Neorr

Bill Noble

Patrick H. Oda

Ileen Peterson

Margrit G. Pratt

Andrew Price

Joan M. Scott Seattle Garden Club

Tacoma Garden Club

Joan M. Webb

Joanne L. White

$101-$249

John F. Butler

W. Frank Coombs

Christine K. Dolley

Candace M. Hamlin

Nancy S. Heckler

Elizabeth C. Knox

Old Goat Farm

Withey-Price Landscape and Design, LLC

John A. Wott

$250-$499

Ray E. Brown

Mick Campbell

Ila Clark Arboretum, Unit 7

Joan C. Curtis

Barbara D. DeFreece

Whitni D. Funsinn

The Rhododendron Garden, LLC

$500-$999

Friends of the Pacific NW Hort. Conservancy Endowment

$1000-$1500

Rosina B. McIvor

Milton F. Zeutschel

$5000+

Susan Lowry

To make an online donation:    

Checks should be made out to “Chase Garden, The Garden Conservancy” and mailed to Chase Garden, c/o The Garden Conservancy, P.O. Box 219, Cold Spring, NY 10516. For more information on how to help support Chase Garden, please call the Development department of the Garden Conservancy at telephone 845.424.6500 (Garrison, NY).

Wish List

Some people prefer to provide their support in more concrete ways by providing or paying directly for the purchase of various items needed for the garden.

Multi-media projector

Shop-vac

Artistic garden-related items or garden books for our garden shop to be sold to benefit the garden.

SPONSORSHIPS

Special Thanks

We wish to thank the following organizations for their generosity and support of Chase Garden in 2016:

Ciscoe Morris

Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust

South Sound Magazine

LeMay Family Museum

NorthwestMilitary.com

Stringtown Winery and Lavender Farm

Vino Aquino Winery

Marcus Sophia Winery

Bethel School District

PLANNED GIVING

Your love of Chase Garden can live on through a bequest in your will, helping to insure that this treasured iconic garden will endure into the future.

Bequests

A Bequest is a provision in your will or trust that names Chase Garden as a beneficiary. Chase Garden may be named for a specific dollar amount or a percentage of your estate.

Residuary Bequest gives Chase Garden/ Garden Conservancy an amount or percentage after other specific bequests have been distributed.

Unrestricted Gifts (General Bequests) are the most useful because they give Chase Garden/ Garden Conservancy    the ability to direct the funds to the area of greatest need.

Restricted Bequests can be directed to a specific area of activity at Chase Garden such as garden maintenance.

Gifts of property, marketable securities, life insurance or other items of value may be left to the gardens, subject to review by the Finance Committee and compliance with the Garden Conservancy Gift Acceptance Policy