Friend of Lake Highlands Community Garden
There are many ways that you can help us by becoming a “Friend” of our community garden. Being a “Friend” gives you an opportunity to learn more about gardening, receive a newsletter, or get an invitation to a special events. You also could choose a special way to help our green movement grow. We invite you to "Be A Friend" and join more than 250 others.
Dallas’ finest public community garden celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2018. We were the first community garden sponsored by the City of Dallas a decade ago.
Many people visit us and participate in our activities every year. Our success is due to dedicated Dallas citizens and garden friends, corporations and foundations. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit under the federal tax code.
How to Contribute
Thanks to a donor for the $500 contribution! That and other gifts like it helped us recover from the devastating June 11, 2019 storm.
We need financial help in the form of gifts, grants and in-kind services. Let us know if you are able to help or give us tip a about a company or charitable foundation that might help. Contact the Board of Directors about contributing.
Another option, use your personal PayPal account to send a donation. Click below.
We need to buy tools, pay some utility costs, repair storm damages, and plant veggies.
In our support for area food banks, we need to cover costs to maintain our Donation Garden. Annually, LHCG has donated an average of two tons of fresh food that was grown and harvested by volunteers.
We need your help to recover from the June 11 storm.
Donation Garden - $1,000 a year for seeds, seedlings, compost, fertilizer and tools
Community Herb Garden - $250 a year for seeds, plants, compost, fertilizer
Butterfly Garden - $500 a year for plants, compost, fertilizer
Field Tools - $300 for industry grade hoes, shovels, spading forks
Fire Ant Control - $100 a year for organic management
Permanent Sitting Benches – $600 for two, dedicated to donor(s)
Pavillion with Shade Roof - $15,000 area for gardeners to rest and have children's programs. click here for schematic concept drawings