Help the Gardens Grow!
Master Development Plan Total (including Flourish Capital Campaign): $73 Million
Flourish Capital Campaign Only: $42.88 Million
Much as plants reach deep into the earth for life-giving nourishment, Denver Botanic Gardens is extending ever more deeply into the community for the support we need to grow and flourish. Soon the Gardens will become an even greater source of civic pride, a model of sustainability and a center of excellence for future generations.
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Tending to today's Gardens, preparing for tomorrow's
Our Flourish Capital Campaign is like a spring day, when the air is fresh and full of promise. It is impressive in scope, elegant in design and thoughtful in realization. Here are some highlights as of October 2013:
› Library/Research Center
› Boettcher Memorial Tropical Conservatory renovation
› New Cafe
› Science Pyramid
› Berm: maintenance and restrooms
› Bonfils-Stanton Visitor Center
› Underground parking w/ green roof
› Bonsai Pavilion/expanded Japanese Garden
› Cheesman Gate
› Boettcher Memorial Hall renovation
› Irrigation system
We must sow before we can reap. The time has come to work shoulder-to-shoulder for the greater good of our community, our environment and all who come after us.
Our history speaks of visionaries and leaders who built a magical place on sacred land that has become world-renowned. With a detailed plan to point the way, and the support of our friends, we are embarking on the path to ensure Denver Botanic Gardens will forever flourish.
Join us on the journey.
Please call the Development Office at 720-865-3527 for more information.
See a poster showing the progress in meeting our goals.
UPDATED JUNE 2014
On Nov. 6, 2007, through the Better Denver Program, Denver citizens passed ballot initiatives to improve city facilities. This included the passage of bond issue “G”, providing more than $18 million for Denver Botanic Gardens’ urgent infrastructure repairs.
To follow the progress of the nearly 70 Better Denver Program projects, please visit www.denvergov.org/betterdenver.