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Become a friend of the Willows Park Preserve and grow with us.
When you become a friend of the Willows Park Preserve, you will be providing annual support for our mission which is to restore the beautiful and historic mansion in the Willows Park.
Willows Park Preserve
The iconic Willows Mansion has a new lease and life thanks to a $6 Million public/private partnership to revitalize and reimagine the mansion so it remains in perpetuity – the people’s house.
Help Us Pave the Way!
THE GREAT SLATE CHALLENGE
Please join us in raising $500,000 for the house terrace restoration and the building of a new 80 ft. x 40 ft. Whispering Terrace, which will provide the space for programming and events during the completion of the Mansion renovation. In an effort to comply with anticipated future guidelines for social distancing, these new spaces will provide a safe environment for the community.
As we work together to fund this community space, any size donation will make a difference.
We thank you for your generosity.
Thank you for helping us celebrate ‘The Return of the Red Tile roof’!
Thank you to our generous event donors:
John Serock Catering, Edible Arrangements, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Peachtree Catering, Applecross Country Club, Valerie Craig, Gerry Tuten, The Camera Shop, Do it Best, Campli Photography, Louella, Via Bellissima, Elegance Cafe, Pandemic Designs, Tish Long, John DeFlaminis and Patty, Claire Streibert, Barbara Chimicles, Lisi Lerch, Carlino’s, Solorelle, Anne Schmitt
Another way to help: Willows Park Preserve Art Sale!
A Gift for the Generations
An exciting future awaits the Willows Mansion and together we can make it happen! Make a pledge today to help transform the mansion into a vibrant, new center of intergenerational connection, growth and exploration.
Gather, engage and make new friends.
Learn, stretch and try new things.
Our Big Idea
A New Life and Purpose
Built in 1910, the Willows Mansion is surrounded by 47.5 acres of public park with breathtaking water, meadow, woodland and garden views. Closed for nearly a decade, the deteriorating mansion sits idle while park-life carries on. Let’s unlock its potential so the mansion can become the epicenter of the park experience.
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