2020 Donations&Memorials

Published in The Fringed Gentian™

Memorials Received
November 2019 - February 2020

for M. A, Mortenson Jr. from John & Joan Haldeman.

for Sara Graffunder from Deborah Boehm

for Barbara Pickering from Elaine Bellew, Amy Bohaty, Jan Campberll, Robyn Corson, Sharon Faber, Helen Glenn, Beth Pickering, Deborah & Randall Spotts, Jon Thorstenson

In-honor-of: Ann Lebens from Mary Abbott.

In-honor-of: Nancy Banks from:
Betsy McNerney


Donations Received in support of our programs
November 2019 - February 2020

Amazon Smile
Dorothy Armstrong
Scott Beers
Joy Davis
Maria Eggemeyer
Meg Forney
Karol Gresser
Wendy Hughes
Cindy Johnson
Peggy Kotila

Dan & Vi La Belle
Michael Mack
Jamie McBride
Daniel Mcinnes
Edy Miller
Dianne Newberry
Clinton & Carol Odell
Marilyn Rohlfing
Pam Weiner & James Wittenberg

Details on how to make a donation or a memorial and what The Friends do with the funds can be found on our Website Donations Page

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Grow Your Legacy:

Remember the Garden in Your Estate Plan

Please consider a gift in your estate plan to benefit the Garden. Gifts to Friends of the Wild Flower Garden are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by Minnesota and federal law for gifts to charitable organizations. Friends of the Wild Flower Garden has been approved by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization since 1953. Gifts can be made through your will, revocable living trust, retirement plan or life insurance. Leave a gift for the Garden in your will or revocable living trust by a provision such as “I give $ to Friends of the Wild Flower Garden, Inc., to benefit the Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden.” Or name Friends of the Wild Flower Garden as a beneficiary of a portion of your life insurance or retirement account.

If you have questions, please call Friends Board member Steve Pundt at 612-333-1900 or email him. Thank you for helping us fulfill our mission to preserve and protect the Garden!