Phil Hardberger Park Conservancy is participating again in Champions fore Charity©, an exciting fundraising program, linked to the Valero Texas Open, the 3rd oldest tournament on the PGA TOUR schedule.
You Can Make a 107% Difference!
Through Champions (formerly known as Birdies for Charity), your gift to the Conservancy will be increased by 7% from the Valero Texas Open (there are no fees).
Any donations or membership dues received between October 1, 2019, to April 17, 2020 count! All donations can be made online or mailed by check.
The Conservancy is committed to making sure that Phil Hardberger Park is preserved as a natural oasis and that it is accessible to the entire city. The Conservancy reaches people through nature-based education programs in the park. Members and donors provide the funds needed for honorariums and supplies, so that volunteers, community partners, and park staff can carry out programs free to the public.
A Conservancy member, who also volunteers and donates, said that she gives because, “Hardberger Park has helped shape [my sons] into the wonderful, ecologically-minded young men they are today.” Another donor gave in honor of his grandchildren, “so that they can enjoy the Park’s beauty.
Whatever your reason is for giving, we are grateful. Donors, members, and volunteers help the Conservancy fulfill its mission to “advocate renewal, recreation, and learning through nature.” Thank you for your continued support.
The Phil Hardberger Park Conservancy is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose concern is for excellence in the development of Phil Hardberger Park. It relies on donations and the dues paid by members to carry out its work.