With just your visit to this page, you have supported our mission. Your desire to support biophilic programs and help Keeler Gardens means a great deal to us. We appreciate any contribution you can make. Following are different ways you can support Keeler Gardens.
Do you want to get involved in our community, enjoy the outdoors, share, cultivate, or learn? There is always something to do in the garden, but it’s not just there that we need help. We can use help with programs, marketing, fundraising, events, even bookkeeping. If you have a specific skill you would like to offer we can always put it to productive use. We would be more than happy to have you come by and join us for an afternoon or even a whole day. You can visit our calendar to see what’s happening. Visit our volunteer page for details on volunteer opportunities.
Sponsorship to Support Biophilic Programs
Every penny and every dollar matter, be it a single gift, or a recurring monthly contribution. If you would like to offer a monetary gift to Keeler Gardens, to support us and biophilic programs, you can contact us or send a check directly to:
c/o Edward Caplan
3631 N. Keeler Avenue
Chicago, IL 60641
Please include your contact information so that we can send you a receipt for your Tax-deductible donation.
Many companies will match donations employees make. Check with your employer and you can easily double your gift.
You can also donate here through Pay Pal. Please note that we are charged 3% of your donation plus $0.30 per donation. It is not ideal but we want it to be as easy as possible for you to donate and you should really know where your money is going.
We are also very grateful for corporate sponsorship. If you are interested in partnering to help Keeler Gardens reach further, in more ways, contact our Executive Director, Ed Caplan, at 773-206-6072 or via email at Ed@KeelerGardens.com.
Tools, Materials, and Supplies
We would gladly accept any materials you’d like to offer. Often we have projects that need specific materials; we can develop a program based on available supplies; and we can always use more equipment, large and small.