We could not accomplish all that we do without the generosity of friends like you. Thank you!
Help #ProtectWarnerParks and its trees and trails and every burst of Mother Nature in between that makes it our very special Sanctuary in the City.

Memorial and Honor Gifts

In memoriam and in honor gifts provide donors the opportunity to express their love and appreciation for friends and family in alignment with their love for Warner Parks. 

To honor an individual or their memory, please include the honor/memorial information - including the name and address of those who should be notified of your gift - on the online donation form. Be sure to include this info with mailed gifts as well!

Legacy Gifts

Weave your legacy into the legacy of Warner Parks, ensuring it is available for all, forever. Please contact Cynthia Jenkins, Director of Memberships & Donor Engagement, to discuss estate planning opportunities.

Bench program

The Commemorative Bench Program is a great way to honor or memorialize a special someone.

Constructed of native hardwood and blending into the rustic aesthetic of this natural area, these benches will be enjoyed by many as a place for comfort, rest and reflection for years to come.

For a donation of $5,000, benches will be placed as space is available in a limited amount of pre-approved locations throughout Percy and Edwin Warner Parks. Fill out the form below and program director Paul Fowler will follow up with additional details.
Commemorative bench form

tree program

We are in the process of finalizing our Friends of Warner Parks Memorial Tree Program.

In the meantime, the Metro Parks Tree Program is an available option for those seeking to plant a tree in honor/memory of a loved one.
Learn more

Many thanks to the following individuals who have demonstrated their commitment to helping us preserve, steward, and #ProtectWarnerParks by making a donation of $1,000 or more.
Elizabeth and Clark Akers, Sarah and Martin Akin, Mary Lauren and Lawson Allen, Ben and Tara Armistead, Madge and Warner Bass, Lisa and Lyle Beasley, Sandy Bivens and Bob Parrish, Theresa and Michael Blackburn, Melba and Bill Blevins, Kim and Brad Blevins, Sylvia and Doug Bradbury, Timiny and David Braemer, Linda Breggin and Michael Vandenbergh, Louise and John Bryan, Lacey and Matthew Bulow, Linda M. Burkholde, John E. Cain, Ginny and Wood Caldwell, Trudy and Bill Carpenter, Ansel and John Cline, Jane and Bill Coble, Stacey and Stuart Clark, Mary Britton and Jody Cummings, Kelly Crockett, Ann and Thomas Curtis, Ann and Karl Davis, Davis Family Investment Co. LP, Christi and Jay DeGeare, Kat and Pete DeLay, Alison Dexter, Marty Donner, E.B.S.Foundation, Richard Eskind, Falke Trust, Virginia and Richard Fitzgerald, Natasha and Jeff Fincher, First Bank, Fleming Foundation, Karen Bernstein and David Flores, Katherine Follin, Mary Follin and Christopher Simonsen, Elizabeth M. and David Fox, Gwen and Frank Gordon, Kate R.W. Grayken, Joe Hall, Rachel and Hoyt Halvorson, Jenny Hannon, Elizabeth and William Hawkins, Joanne and Michael Hayes, Sharon and Gary Hegel, Michael and Hayes Hitchens, Laura and Michael Holzman, Kim and Mike Hoover, Kay and Steve Horrell, Stephanie and John Ingram, Peggy and Randy Kinnard, Elizabeth Knox and Alex Gentle, Laura Knox, Elizabeth and Howard Lamar, Garland and Nelson Lamkin, Meredith and Jimmy Leach, Lee Danner Bass, Inc., Susan and Elliott Leschen, Robert Lipman, Tracy and Banks Link, Portia R. Macmillan Estate, Steve Manning/Invasive Plant Control,Inc., Ellen Martin, Kaaren and Ben May, Mary Ann McCready, Kate and Todd McKee, Amy and Vaughn Millette, Margie and Jackson Moore, James and Susan P. O'Neill, Dana and Bond Oman, Jennie and Robert A. McCabe, Kathryn and Harry Peffen, Pinnacle Financial Partners, Greg Polkowski, Beth and Steve Preston, MaryClare and Jeremiah Pyron, Olivia and Mark Rechter, Claire and Mike Robbins, Paige and Kevin Roddey, Todd Roman, Sandy and Jay Sangervasi, Lynn and Rick Scarola, Cindy Shafer, Jeanette and Overton T. Smith, Lyn and Scott Sohr, Leah and James Sohr, Shirley and Stuart W. Speyer, Michelle and George Spiva, Kren and George Teren, The Frist Foundation, The Henry Laird Smith Foundation, The Rich Foundation, Kristin and Don Taylor, Emily and Cromwell Tidwell, Rosie and Reed Trickett, Christi and Jay Turner, Margaret and John Warner, Susan and E.W. Weathersby, Ann Parker and Douglas Weeden, Barby and Govan White, Cindy and David Wilds, Mary Godchaux-Wieck and Larry Wieck, Williams/King Foundation, Tori and John Wimberly.