SPONSORSHIP

Private donations, underwriting, and event sponsorships are critical to the Conservancy’s ability to give a higher level of care to Oak Lawn Park and Arlington Hall, just as the Central Park Conservancy does their namesake park in New York. With much appreciation, we acknowledge the individuals and businesses below who believe in the present and future care of these two Dallas treasures.

DAY AT THE RACES

The first Saturday in May brings over 550 patrons who support the Conservancy’s signature fundraiser to the park and into the Hall for music, dancing, Mint Juleps, dining and watching the Kentucky Derby on a big screen.

EASTER IN THE PARK

For over 52 years, people and pets have gathered to enjoy the beauty of the park on Easter Sunday. The event now includes the beloved Pooch Parade with almost 100 entries annually. The Pet Rescue Park helps find new homes for animals, An easter egg hunt and Easter Bunny photos are free of charge, thanks to our sponsors.

LIGHT UP THE PARK

Neighbors gather to listen to carolers, drink hot chocolate and wait for the countdown as trees all over Oak Lawn Park are lit up with twinkling warm white lights.

MEMBER & PATRON HOLIDAY PARTY

Supporters of the Conservancy s mission of caring for the park and Hall gather during the holiday season to be acknowledged for their help. Members and Patrons gather to celebrate the holiday season at a treasured annual event. They are acknowledged for their support of the Conservancy ‘s mission of caring for the park and Hall year ‘round.

CURRENT CAPITAL CAMPAIGN

Thoughtful development of the park to add more walkability, connectivity and peaceful places in which to connect with and enjoy nature is the goal of our current campaign. If you’d like to learn about support and naming opportunities, contact the Conservancy office at (214) 521-2003.

PAST CAPITAL CAMPAIGN DONORS

These visionaries helped take a crumbling building and suffering parkland through rehabilitation and development that others enjoy the beauty of today. We applaud these donors as the foundation of where these treasures are today.

PAST CAPITAL CAMPAIGN DONORS

These visionaries helped take a crumbling building and suffering parkland through rehabilitation and development that others enjoy the beauty of today. We applaud these donors as the foundation of where these treasures are today.

TIMELESS TREASURES DONORS

Mary Anne and Richard CreeMargaret Hunt HillCity of DallasFRAMAmericaHoblitzelle FoundationThe Carl B. and Florence E. King FoundationPost PropertiesJoanne and Malcom TurnerPierce and Allie Beth AllmanIn Memory of Will Browning?(Jane H. Browning)Crescent Real Estate EquitiesCrow ChandeliersRex CummingBryghte and Patricia GodboldHillcrest FoundationElizabeth and True Knowles

Lennox Air ConditioningJane Manning and Robert WagnonBernice NicholsJudy and Bill PittmanShirley and Lawrence PollockNita and Jerry StoverSterling Stover, Jr.Harry S. Moss FoundationTurtle Creek AssociationThe Dallas Southern Memorial AssociationThe VendorErnie and Bradley WayneDebbie and Gary WileyDoug BarnesCharles and MacCullumRobert DotsonThe Florence Foundation

Kay and Dick GieseckeBrian HayesHolly Corp.Junior League of DallasHoward and Joyce KornLemmon Turtle, Ltd.Joe AnglerPatricia M. PattersonPavecon, Inc.Deedie and Rusty RoseThe Rosewood CorporationBunny and C.J. ThomsenBurson & Williams Architects, Inc.Clements FoundationThe Dallas FoundationBonner and John DeShazo, Jr.Sharon and Robert Galer

Melissa and Sam GioldasisMrs. Patsy Lacy GriffithNancy B. HamonLinda and Mitch HartBen E. Keith FoundationKroger Food StoreThe Eugene McDermott FoundationMrs. Donald C. NcNaughtMargot and Ben MitchellMobil OilPavestoneNancy and John PensonJames H. and Julie Dixon RamseurThe Ralph B. Rogers FoundationCraig Roberts Associates.

PARK TOUR

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