Become a PlantAmnesty Sponsor

Who is a sponsor? 

They are an adventurous, environmentally friendly person, business, or organization that is passionate about proper plant care and horticultural pruning education, which PlantAmnesty has been providing since 1987!

Why sponsor? 

PlantAmnesty has long been known in the horticulture field for providing scientifically accurate pruning instruction to home and business owners. Sponsoring is a way to directly support the overall success of the organization and keep the plants of Seattle beautiful and healthy. As a thank you, you’ll receive special benefits, which allow you to witness first-hand the incredible impact that your investment has made!

Where does the money go? 

All donation sponsorships directly support the programs of PlantAmnesty. These include our diverse pruning courses, hands on workshops, and bringing in experts in the field to present on pressing horticultural issues. 

Sponsorship Option Levels

Western Red Cedar Level – General Support ($5,000+) 

  • Recognition on all marketing materials, print ads, social media
  • Public acknowledgment before all classes, workshops, and events
  • Six complimentary class tickets per year
  • Two complimentary tickets to Plant Geek Trivia & Bingo with Ciscoe
  • Exclusive PlantAmnesty t-shirt
  • Personal tour of the Cass Turnbull Garden

 

Douglas Fir Level – Class Sponsor ($2,500 – $4,999) 

  • Recognition on all social media accounts
  • Public acknowledgment at all events
  • Four complimentary class tickets per year
  • Exclusive PlantAmnesty t-shirt
  • Personal tour of the Cass Turnbull Garden

Red Alder Level – Special Event Sponsor ($1,000 – $2,499) 

  • Recognition on all social media accounts
  • Public acknowledgment at all events
  • Two complimentary class tickets per year

Adopt a Class!

  • If you are passionate about a certain subject matter such as roses or Japanese pruning, you can sponsor the class for $500.
If you would like to learn more or have any questions, please contact Executive Director, Maggie Rogers, at executivedirector@plantamnesty.org