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Each year Peel Compton Foundation relies on generous donors like you to help us continue to provide free access to the vital greenspaces that bring our community together through nature, education, recreation, and preservation.

As you look forward to 2022 and the exciting growth it will bring to Northwest Arkansas, please consider making a gift to Peel Compton Foundation. Every dollar raised will help support programming at the four community spaces we operate and activate: Peel Museum & Botanical Gardens, Compton Gardens & Arboretum, Coler Mountain Bike Preserve, and Osage Park.

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The mission of the Peel Compton Legacy Program is to celebrate a planned gift to maintain beautiful spaces and experiences in our community for generations to come. This includes gifts of stock, bequests, will or trusts.

The Legacy Program is currently geared toward the Foundation’s legacy properties: the Peel Mansion Museum & Heritage Gardens and the Compton Gardens & Arboretum.

Honor your friends and loved ones with the gift of a Legacy Tree or Bench. Your donation will plant a tree in one of our gardens and we will nurture it for the rest of its life or bench in the Peel Heritage Gardens.

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Many employers offer matching gift programs that can double or triple your contribution. Contact your benefits office for a matching gift form. Matching gifts are a great way to spread the word about the foundation and provide a sense of connectivity to your company and the foundation itself.

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Corporate sponsors play a key role in helping us bring affordable programming and events to the community. All of our corporate sponsors enjoy significant brand visibility. Learn more about how company can support by clicking below.

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Volunteers are the heart of Peel Compton Foundation and our volunteers log hundreds of hours each year in support of our mission. Our volunteers have unique roles in each space: giving tours at Peel Museum, keeping up trails at Coler Mountain Bike Preserve, gardening at Compton Gardens, or providing wetland education at Osage Park.

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