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Austin Community Foundation Permanent Endowment

Pease Park Conservancy also has a permanent financial endowment at the Austin Community Foundation. The fund was started in 2012 through an initial campaign that brought in roughly $200,000. We are able to withdraw roughly 5% annually to provide sustainable funding for the long-term preservation and enhancement of Pease Park. You can make a donation to the Pease Park Permanent Financial Endowment HERE.

Support PPC Via AmazonSmile

One last easy way to support Pease Park Conservancy is by shopping at AmazonSmile. The AmazonSmile Foundation donates .5% of the price of eligible purchases to the charitable organization selected by customers. Shopping through AmazonSmile doesn't effect prices or product availability, it simply tells Amazon to make a donation to a charity of your choice. We hope you'll select Pease Park Conservancy!

Donate Via Stock Transfer

You can donate your stock to PPC by following the instructions in the pdf linked below.


Governor & Mrs. E.M. Pease exercised great foresight by gifting this land to the City of Austin and it is now our duty to leave a greater legacy for future generations to enjoy. Pease Park Conservancy honors Governor Pease's legacy to beautify the park through generous private donations from citizens, businesses, and charitable foundations. The Conservancy does not receive public funding, so we cannot advance our mission without philanthropy from the community and your tax-deductible contributions.

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