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DONATIONS GOLDEN CRANE GLOBAL AMBASSADORS
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Area of Greatest Need

Help sustain the Garden and its many programs throughout the year.
Cultural Crossing Contribution

Building on the Garden’s celebrated past, the Cultural Crossing project will create new gardens, state-of-the-art educational facilities, a Tea Café and other amenities that will improve the overall Garden experience.
K-12 Educational Programs

Help us provide educational programs designed to engage school children from kindergarten through grade twelve-an important part of the Garden’s mission.
Garden Upkeep

Make a gift to support the horticultural efforts and garden upkeep necessary to help the Garden flourish.
Public Exhibitions & Programs

Support the variety of art exhibitions, lectures, and traditional events we provide to the community.
Tribute/Memorial Gift

Honor a friend or family member by making a gift in support of the Portland Japanese Garden.
Global Ambassadors Membership ($500 and up)

Global Ambassadors is an annual membership category created to recognize our supporters living more than 100 miles from the Garden. Revenue from this program will be used specifically to pursue and develop cultural and educational programs, which will serve visitors and professionals from across the globe. Membership levels range from $500-$100,000 and include a variety of benefits. Detailed information can be found here.
Golden Crane Society ($1,500 to $49,999)

Members of the Golden Crane Society, contributing $1,500 or more annually, are the Portland Japanese Garden's most generous donors, allowing more than 500,000 visitors each year to enjoy the serenity and beauty of the gardens, and to enrich their lives by exploring the riches and wisdom of Japanese art and culture.

Detailed information on the levels and range of benefits offered to individual Golden Crane Society members is available here or by calling Sean Lottman at (503) 542-0281.

For information about the Corporate Golden Crane Society, please contact Sarah Yusavitz at (503) 542-0289 or syusavitz@japanesegarden.org.
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