The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy was founded in December 1996 by a group of citizens concerned with the deteriorating conditions of Pittsburgh's historic city parks — places they knew would matter long into the future.

To date, the Parks Conservancy has raised more than $130 million for parks and has completed 22 major improvement projects. Currently active in 22 of the city's 165 parks, the Parks Conservancy has expanded into community and neighborhood parks throughout Pittsburgh. Today, the Parks Conservancy continues to carry on the mission and vision thanks to your help.

What do you get for the person who has everything?

We've got great gifts for the special people in your life that also benefit your parks. Make a gift and we will send an e-card to the recipient. E-cards will be sent one business day after the gift is made. 

Show Your Parks Pride

Support your parks by shopping our new collection, 412 x Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy! The collection officially launches on Friday, June 18, 2021.

Donate to the Tree Fund

Donate to have staff and volunteers plant trees in our parks! Choose from Restoration, Commemorative, and Ceremony trees. These trees provide habitat and benefits such as carbon capture, stormwater management and shade. 

Schenley Plaza Brick

Create a lasting park legacy for a loved one while supporting important free public programming. Your 6- by 12-inch brick will be placed in Schenley Plaza with a personalized inscription.

The Perennial Fund

Donate $50, and we'll plant 25 perennial flower bulbs in one of Pittsburgh's parks. Perennials return for decades, and are a colorful welcome to spring.

Schenley Plaza PNC Carousel Pass

Purchase a PNC Carousel Family Season Pass and ride Schenley Plaza's feature family attraction without tokens all season long! 

Frick Environmental Center Butterfly

Dedicate a butterfly at the Frick Environmental Center. Sealed in a round crystal-clear acrylic bubble, your butterfly image will create a permanent art display. Choose from one of the five butterfly images: Painted lady, Regal fritillary, Red spotted purple admiral, Common buckeye, Eastern tiger swallowtail.



In memory of a friend or loved one who has passed away, you can give to the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy. Memorial gifts are a meaningful way to remember those we have lost. Donations from individual donors directly support our work in your parks.

for donation questions, please contact: 

James Snow