100% of the park you experience today has been generated through the creative vision and dynamic force of The Battery Conservancy.
The Battery, New York City’s first waterfront park was created in 1693. Some 300 years later, private citizens established The Battery Conservancy to raise funds to transform the 25 acre landscape which had become dilapidated, downtrodden and overlooked as a sought-after destination.
Today it is the thriving green heart of dynamic Downtown New York. It is a model of conservation and biodiversity with vast public gardens, organic urban farms, toxin-free lawns and SeaGlass, the innovative aquarium carousel. It has set high standards in planning, design, construction and sustainable park management.
To donate by mail, please download our donation form, and mail completed form with payment to:
The Battery Conservancy
One Whitehall Street, 17th Floor
New York, NY 10004
To give a gift of stock, contact Elizabeth Steeves at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit here to make a secure online donation (via American Express, Mastercard, Visa, or Paypal).
Planned or Estate giving is a far-sighted way to support your family and the causes you care about simultaneously. Please contact your estate planner if you wish to consider this sort of gift to The Battery Conservacy, and contact Elizabeth Steeves at 917-409-3721 if you need any information from us.
Donate through AmazonSmile (organization name will appear as “Battery Conservancy, Inc.”) and .5% of your eligible Amazon.com purchase will be donated to The Battery Conservancy, at no cost to you.
The Battery Conservancy is a 501(c)(3) educational not–for–profit organization, dependent on private donations for its operation. The Battery Conservancy’s EIN number is 13-376-9101. All donations are tax–deductible as permitted under federal tax law. A copy of the Battery Conservancy’s most recent audit can be obtained from the office of the Attorney General, Department of Law, Charities Bureau, 120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271.
Join us for the annual Luncheon for The Battery Gardeners.
Thanks to the generosity of Battery Gardens Restaurant, every gift goes directly into our gardening budget.
For more information about the 2017 Luncheon, contact Elizabeth Steeves, email@example.com.
The Battery Chair was created from The Battery Conservancy Americas Design Competition in 2012. Canadian designer Andrew Jones was selected by a jury which reviewed 679 submissions from 15 countries.
Manufactured by Maglin Site Furniture, the winning chair is a solid steel frame powder-coated in blue. It is moveable within the new two-acre Battery Oval lawn so visitors can sit where they choose.
Donors can dedicate chairs to honor or remember loved ones or celebrate the momentous events of life. A steel plaque will be engraved and affixed discreetly to the back of The Battery Chair, to become part of the permanent collection on The Battery Oval. Please see our Chair Sponsorship form.
The Battery Conservancy is proud to partner with a select group of business and corporate sponsors who are committed to supporting the rebuilding of New York’s first waterfront park and the revitalization of the cultural life of Downtown Manhattan.
Corporate Volunteer Groups
Through The Battery Corporate Partnership, your company can invest in the community and enrich the quality of life for your employees, customers, and community, as well as the millions of visitors who come to The Battery each year. With membership in this program, benefits include group volunteer days where employees will work on essential projects throughout the park. Group volunteer days provide employees valuable team-building experiences and the opportunity to develop a sense of stewardship. Group size is limited to 25 people. For inquiries and questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org