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Urgent Need to Help Keep Tucson Botanical Gardens Going

The Tucson Botanical Gardens was forced to temporarily close due to the community-wide response to the coronavirus. The loss of income from admission tickets, meetings, classes, weddings and events is devastating to the organization. “This temporary closure could outlast the Gardens’ financial capability to survive, and our community’s help is needed now more than ever,” says Executive Director Michelle Conklin. Please consider making an emergency gift to help support Tucson Botanical Gardens today.
“We absolutely must find a way to guarantee that there is a Garden to re-open,” says Conklin. “Without your support, we face the inability to keep on staff the very people who care for the plant collection and animals on the property—like the Horticultural Manager and the Butterfly Curator. Without our team, TBG’s existence is under threat. None of us knows how long this situation will last, but we are working to maintain critical staffing to manage through this crisis. Your support today will help.”
The Tucson Botanical Gardens is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization. Donations are tax-deductible.

Location: 2150 N. Alvernon Way, Tucson. For more information and to kindly make a donation to help support Tucson Botanical Gardens, please visit
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