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Get Involved

Why get involved?

The Mt. Helix Park Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit that receives no government funding. We rely on the generosity of our volunteers and donors. Through these amazing members of the community we're able to be open 365 days a year free to the public.

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Personalize How You Donate


Become a Friend of the Park by signing up for a membership today! Enjoy member only events and many other perks!

One time donation

We thank every generous donor. Every dollar counts to help upkeep this amazing historical park!

Memorial donation

Donate in honor of a loved one who also shared a love of the Park.

legacy donor

There are plenty of ways a person can make a legacy donation. Please click below to see the varying options.

Matching gifts

Many large companies will match donations given by their employees to foundations. Please check with your company to see if they match gifts today!

foundation giving

If you're affiliated with a grant-making foundation please consider giving to the Mt. Helix Park Foundation. 

gift in honor

Give the gift of a Park membership or donate in honor of someone in your life. 

gift in-kind

These are non-monetary donations. Many of the items used around the park are donated from kind members of the community.

Volunteer with the Park

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Habitat Work

Join us the first Saturday of every month from 9 am to 12 pm for a Habitat Work day! Enjoy a fulfilling day of gardening to help maintain the diverse plant life in the Park.



Come volunteer behind the scenes at all of Mt. Helix Park's events! Our biggest event of the year is the Food and Wine Festival. This exciting event has many different opportunities for help!

Adopt a Habitat

Mt. Helix Park has been separated into 45 different plots of land that any members of the community can "adopt". Come take care of your very own piece of Mt. Helix Park by planting native species and weeding invasive ones.

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Work Days

Several times a year the park hosts, "Work Days". This is to address the bigger needs of the park such as trail maintenance and mulching. We can always use a helping hand! 

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