Donate - Spring Campaign

Bloom with City Park this Spring

Your donation will directly impact the continued beautification and preservation of City Park – everything from protecting the grand oaks to planting flowers, maintaining the grounds, mowing the grass, and much, much more.

As a small thank you for your donation today, we will mail you a packet of our very own wildflower seeds. We want to bring a little piece of the Park to you. Plant them in your garden and watch them grow. We hope they brighten your spring!

When an In Honor or In Memory gift is received, we will promptly send a personalized tribute card to the person or family indicated, notifying them of your thoughtful donation but not revealing the amount of the donation.

Every gift is tax-deductible and the donor receives an acknowledgment from Friends of City Park (501c3) for the donation. Please complete the following information to process your online donation. All transactions conducted on this website are encrypted using a secure server to protect your privacy.

To stay engaged and experience annual Park Perks, learn more about becoming a member of Friends of City Park. 


Oak Tree Circle
The Oak Tree Circle is the annual philanthropic giving circle of New Orleans City Park.  The giving circle celebrates individual donors making annual gifts of $1,000 or more to further City Park’s mission.

An exceptional community of individuals, Oak Tree Circle members are united by a determination to ease the burden of the annual costs tied to Park operations, improvements and beautification. Our goal is to provide meaningful experiences to recognize and engage such distinguished and generous support.

With five giving levels ranging from $1,000 to $25,000+, the Oak Tree Circle provides a variety of rewarding benefits such as

• Exclusive members-only invitations and tours
• Premier recognition
• Friends of City Park membership
• Tickets to annual appreciation events

By making a $1,000 + donation today, you will become a part of this giving cirlce and City Park staff will be in touch!

For more information and how you can join, please contact Casie Duplechain, Chief Development Officer, at 504-483-9360 or by emailing cduplechain@nocp.org.



The land where City Park sits was once part of the Allard Plantation. J. McDonough acquired the plantation from Allard in 1845 and the land was given to New Orleans in 1850.