As a non-profit organization, the High Park Nature Centre relies on donations from people like you! Your donation will help us provide environmental programing to students, families, and the greater community. Tax receipts will be issued for donations of $15 and up.
We’ve launched a $6 million capital campaign, A Home in High Park, in partnership with the City of Toronto – so that you, your family and friends and future generations will always feel welcome and at home in High Park.
We promote awareness and respect for nature through year-round, hands-on outdoor nature education and park stewardship.
At the High Park Nature Centre, we want all kids to experience the joy that time in nature can bring and grow up with a connection to the natural world.
Nothing beats a party in the middle of Toronto's beautiful High Park.
Proceeds from t-shirt sales raise funds in support of nature education and park stewardship programs at the High Park Nature Centre.
“Friends of the High Park Nature Centre” is a membership program established by High Park Initiatives (HPI). HPI is a community-based, volunteer-led, registered charitable organization that operates and oversees environmental education and park stewardship programs at the High Park Nature Centre.
Nature Centre Wish List
If you are able to donate any of the items, please give us a call at 416-392-1748
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
to arrange a time for drop-off.
We often practice nature photography with the youth in our nature clubs. If a child doesn’t have a camera, we lend one of ours.
Useful for nature-helping tree-huggers of all ages.
Large shovels for planting trees
For bird watching and insect catching with students, Nature Club participants, birthday parties, and adults in our workshops.
Binoculars and butterfly nets
To be leant to students who need it when the winter winds blow coldest. Coats, snowpants, boots, mittens.
Keep a kid dry if they forgot their rain gear at home. We take raincoats, rain boots and ponchos. We don’t use umbrellas.
Raincoats and boots
We use tons of lard and shortening to make pine cone bird feeders in the late fall and winter.
Lard / shortening
Useful for nature crafts!
Donated field guides must be appropriate for our geographic area (ie. Eastern North American, Canadian, Ontarian or even Toronto)
Nature field guides
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