For more than 90 years, The Morton Arboretum has been the champion of trees—planting, studying, and saving trees on its grounds and around the world.
Your corporate engagement with The Morton Arboretum provides critical support to maintain our 1,700-acre outdoor museum as a leading center of nature education and tree research. Your involvement further demonstrates to your employees, customers, and clients your organization's commitment to the environment and its conservation.
Consider these engagement opportunities:
Provide critical support for The Morton Arboretum and receive a variety of benefits based on the Corporate Partner member level. View a listing of the Arboretum's current Corporate Partners. LEARN MORE
Provide marketing support for the Arboretum's most visible special events, exhibits, and programming. For a current list of sponsorship opportunities, view our Events and Programs.
Help enhance the Arboretum experience when you provide products and services for day-to-day operations or specific events or activities.
Provide opportunities to engage your employees in your corporate commitment to conservation and the local community. The Morton Arboretum welcomes corporate volunteer groups and individuals to join us for natural areas workdays, special events, or projects. By planning a volunteer service event with the Arboretum, you can create a memorable and enriching experience for your employees. You may also support the efforts of your employees' engagement with the Arboretum by matching their volunteer hours with a donation. If your company has a matching gift program, you can encourage community service by matching the time your employees spend volunteering at the Arboretum with "dollars for hours."
1% for the Planet
The Arboretum is a nonprofit recipient of 1% for the Planet, a global network of businesses that donate one percent of annual sales directly to organizations addressing critical environmental issues. Each time you purchase a product or service featuring the 1% for the Planet logo, it helps to protect the planet.
For more information, contact Development Office at 630-719-5709.