CONTRIBUTE TO HELP SHOLOM PARK REPAIR DAMAGE FROM HURRICANE IRMA.

Please contribute to Sholom Park to help with Hurricane Irma damageAt least 25 trees fell at Sholom Park during Hurricane Irma, destroying many beloved landmarks and structures. Electricity was out for 10 days. Park staff continue to work nonstop repairing damage to areas of the Park most harmed. The Formal Garden and Labyrinth were greatly affected.

Rebuilding, re-planting, and re-designing damaged areas are underway.

Contribute to help with these efforts today!

CONTRIBUTE TO SHOLOM PARK

img_6677Sholom Park is located on 44 acres in Marion County, Florida. The park is owned and supported by the Horticultural Arts & Park Institute, Inc. (“HAPI”), a charitable foundation. Contributions from the public are also accepted and encouraged. Donations assist in funding the ongoing preservation and upkeep of the park and its structures, so all who enter may return to this special place of peace for years to come.

Contribution envelopes are available at both the Pavilion and the Pond Overlook. Contributions may be made payable to:

Horticultural Arts & Park Institute, Inc.
8435 SW 80th Street
Suite 2
Ocala, FL 34481

Contributions are tax deductible to the extent provided by law. The Foundation is a 501(c) 3 charitable organization. All donors will receive a written confirmation via mail. Donations are also accepted online.




Individuals who wish to support the foundation and the park may do so by:

  • Making a contribution.
  • Volunteering your time to serve as docents or tour guides to assist park guests.

If either of these interests you, or if there is another way in which you believe you can help preserve the park, please contact the park manager at (352) 873-0848 ext. 7650 or email at info@sholompark.org.

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