Donate to Silverwood
How to Support Silverwood
There are several ways to support the park and its mission:
- Donate for a specific Silverwood project. Right now (Fall 2022) the Friends group is focusing on improving the 9 old, outdated windows in the historic Stone House Visitor Center. New windows have been donated by Dave Nelson of Nelson-Young Lumber Company in Edgerton, and we are now seeking funds for the installation of the windows in order to finish this project. Our goal is to raise $10,000 and we are asking for your help. Learn more.
- Make a donation to the Friends of Silverwood Park's general fund, for general program support
- Consider a longer-term contribution through Silverwood's endowment
- Volunteer at the park
Or, support the park annually by becoming an FoSP member! (below)
Become a Park Friend
When you become a member of the Friends of Silverwood Park (FOSP), you directly support the development and maintenance of a 300-acre public facility dedicated to recreation, cultivation, and education.
Dane County and the Friends of Silverwood Park (FoSP) operate Silverwood County Park as a public-nonprofit partnership. While Dane County owns the land, and decisions about the park must be approved by the County Park Commission, our Friends group is the community-based non-profit entity that drives the park's development and programming.
By becoming a member of the Friends of Silverwood Park you make a statement that you support regenerative agriculture, our local economy, and the young people who will ultimately carry the Silverwood Park vision into the future.
|Friends of Silverwood Park||Annual Rate|
|Business Supporter membership||$100.00|
Your membership supports the general fund of the Friends of Silverwood, allowing us to pay for routine but key expenses, such as utility costs, trail mowing & maintenance, and upkeep of farmstead buildings.