The Brackenridge Park Conservancy is a 501(c)3 organization and gifts to the Brackenridge Park Conservancy are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Brackenridge Park Conservancy is a steward of and an advocate for the Park and an instrument for preserving and enhancing the Park’s natural, historical, educational, and recreational resources for the enjoyment of current and future generations.
Join | Individual Supporters
Friends of the Brackenridge Park Conservancy enjoy being a part of a powerful network of like-minded citizens who are interested in preserving the beauty and history of Brackenridge Park for the benefit of the community and future generations.
Several levels of annual membership are available, each with benefits:
- Sapling $10
Our junior membership level for sprouting park supporters
- Redbud $25 to $99
E-newsletter and event notifications
- Laurel $100 to $249
Redbud benefits and invitation to annual social
- Pecan $250 to $499
Laurel benefits and reserved seating/complimentary beer at Parktoberfest
- Oak $500 to $999
Pecan benefits and a private exploration tour with sweet and savory treats
- Cypress Circle $1,000 and $2,499
Oak benefits and two Fiesta medals to show off your BPC spirit
- George Brackenridge Club $2,500 and Above
All of the above benefits and exclusive seated dinner overlooking the historic Japanese Tea Garden
View more detailed information on membership by downloading our Membership Form. If you would like to join, either mail in the membership form with your donation, fill in our Online Form, or donate using PayPal above.Monetary donations can also be mailed to:
Brackenridge Park Conservancy
PO Box 6311
San Antonio, TX 78209
The Brackenridge Park Conservancy is a not-for-profit, 501(c)3 organization.
Volunteer | Volunteers Wanted
The Brackenridge Park Conservancy works with the City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department to hold a number of volunteer events each year, including Basura Bash participation in February, a Family Day in the spring, Easter recycling and clean-up, United Way Days of Caring programs, a National Public Lands Day event, and native tree and vegetation planting. All volunteer opportunities in Brackenridge Park will be announced on the Parks and Recreation website; opportunities in other parks are available as well. Please click here for more information.