Ways to Donate

The Thielke Arboretum of Glen Rock depends solely on donations and volunteers to operate, preserve, and maintain the arboretum, and offer programs such as the annual Fishing Derby, Nature Journaling, and all the other wonderful events. The Arboretum has 501(c)3 status and is approved by many corporations for Corporate matching. Please consider donating now​.
Make a financial donation
You choose to apply your donation
  1. To the new Environmental Education Center
  2. Allow FOGRA to decide how to best apply your donation
  3. In honor of, or in memory of a loved one. This is a great gift alternative for birthdays, anniversaries, etc. ​​
Purchase a paver
Celebrate your family, an event, or  remember a friend with an engraved paver on the path to the Environmental Education Center! All proceeds will go to build, operate, and maintain the new EEC.
Donate a Tree or Bench
​If you prefer, you can donate a tree or a memorial bench in honor or memory of a loved one.

You can specify how to apply your donation. Choose to help our brand new Environmental Education Center, or allow us apply your donation where we feel it's most needed at this time. You can also make the donation in honor or memory of a loved one.
Suggested donation amounts

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Proceeds from your purchased paver will be help fund our new Environmental Education Center. These pavers will be placed on the path to the Center. We will continue to take orders for pavers through February 14, 2018.

​If you prefer, you can download the Paver Order Form  here. Simply fill it out and send it in.
$250 Small Paver
Paver Size: 9" X 4.5"
13 Characters per line ​(Spaces and
​punctuation count as a character)
$500 Large Paver
Paver Size: 9" X 13.5"
20 Characters per line ​(Spaces and
​punctuation count as a character)

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Friends of the Glen Rock Arboretum, Inc. is a not-for-profit, 501( c)3 volunteer organization, dedicated to the preservation, maintenance and development of the Arboretum.