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Botanical Gardens & EVERGLADES Wildlife Sanctuary

THANK YOU DONORS

NAMING DONOR ($200,000) Building naming opportunity available


DEDICATION DONORS ($100,000 to $199,999)

The Batchelor Foundation


PLATINUM DONORS ($75,000 $99,999) Classroom naming available
The Kyle Family


DIAMOND DONORS ($50,000 to $74,999) Courtyard naming available
Friends of Flamingo Gardens​


GOLD DONORS ($25,000 to $49,999)

Felburn Family Foundation

Fleming Family Foundation


SILVER DONORS ($10,000 to $24,999)
The Straus Family Charitable Trust


BRONZE DONORS ($5,000 to $9,999)

Anonymous

Drew Cariaso and Erich Veitenheimer

Ultimate Software in Memory of Guillermo Gomez

West Palm Beach Judging Center


EXHIBIT DONORS ($1,000 to $4,999)

​Herbert and Sandra Allenson

Susan Chalmers

Give Realty in Honor of Scott Holtzman

​Bill Lodato & Luz Matos-Lodato

Brian Mangan

Steve & Angela Pressman

Melinda Schwartz

Gennaro Selvaggi


If your name is misspelled, in the wrong category, or missing please email Donna 
membership@flamingogardens.org or

Call 954.473.2955.

Banner Image: The John Doe Learning Center building.

Learning center

Learning Center funding thermometer graph. Image text: Goal, $450,000. Now Raised, $237,751.52 as of June 18, 2019. Please help us reach our goal of $450,000!

With heavy use, the ravages of time, and damage by Hurricane Irma, our decades-old meeting room has become structurally unsound and is no longer fit for public use. It must be replaced…and soon!

Flamingo Gardens needs your generous help to raise $450,000 to build a new and upgraded Learning Center to serve the 30,000 plus school children visiting on field trips and provide much-needed classroom space for our ecological programming. The new and improved Learning Center will include 1500 square feet of multi-purpose classroom space, two new ADA accessible restrooms, storage, and a small kitchenette. Beautiful double doors will open out on to the Wray Lawn allowing easy access during special events.

The Learning Center’s primary purpose will be to host the ecological education programs for tens of thousands of students, as well asmeetings and classes for thousands of adults. It will also serve as a bunker for the animals during hurricanes.
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