Support Your Arboretum!

As a member, donor, volunteer, student, friend or guest, we are appreciate your continued support during this time of crisis. Please consider donating to the Arboretum to help keep the Arboretum's grounds and gardens intact and allow us to continue to deliver our mission to our community.

Members, volunteers and other donors provide $2 million of financial and in-kind support to The North Carolina Arboretum every year, making so much possible:

The Arboretum invites you to donate now, help grow its membership, volunteer, or become a Community Partner to sustain and grow the Arboretum’s programs and offerings in the months and years ahead.

New Project - Willow Pond!

Help transform the Arboretum's newest creative outdoor learning environment, Willow Pond. Gifts of all sizes are welcome, including gifts of money, in-kind goods or services, and time.

Explore, Connect, Belong: Membership at The N.C. Arboretum

The 17,000+ members of The North Carolina Arboretum Society provide crucial annual support for the Arboretum’s programs and facilities. Members, in turn, enjoy excellent benefits, including free parking and year-round access to the Arboretum’s gardens and trails, discounts at the Arboretum’s gift shop, bistro, and education programs, and much more.

The North Carolina Arboretum Society

The North Carolina Arboretum Society is the 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that supports The North Carolina Arboretum in its mission to cultivate connections between people and plants. Through your membership gift or other donations to the Society, you will join 17,000+ annual members and donors in making a very positive difference on Arboretum facilities, programs and visitors. Donations to The North Carolina Arboretum Society are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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Other Ways of Giving

The North Carolina Arboretum Society also offers several other giving options for you to consider. Please click on any of the topics below to learn more:

Thank you for your interest in supporting The North Carolina Arboretum Society.