Spring Wildflower Gala
2020 Spring Wildflower Gala
We hope this message finds you safe, healthy and planting your own garden!
Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, we were unable to host the 2020 Spring Wildflower Gala.
Our future goal remains the same: to raise funds for educational programming and provide experiences in nature for children and families. Education is at the heart of the Preserve’s mission. Now, more than ever, the Preserve is needed as a sanctuary for nature and people.
Please check back with us; as we are able, we will provide updates on our future events.
Growing and Learning Together
This year's gala was to be themed "Growing and Learning Together," to help raise funds to support the Preserve's educational programming for children and families.
Education is, and always will be, at the heart of the Preserve's mission. If we are to truly inspire action and change behavior in pursuit of a healthy and diverse natural world, we must first teach people about the critical web of life issues that face us today. In doing so, we create knowledgeable stakeholders for the future of the planet — a future in which they have a vested interest. We must do more to engage children and their families with meaningful programming that connects them to nature, stimulates their minds, and deepens their understanding of the natural world. We want to educate the next generation of conservationists so that they can better understand the world around them and steward our shared natural heritage long after we have passed.
The Preserve is uniquely positioned to deliver just that kind of learning experience. The diversity of native plants and animals at the Preserve offers an immersive learning experience filled with countless fascinating stories about the interdependence of all life. To bring our stories to life we envision Owl Prowls, Firefly programs, and self-guided scavenger hunts to help share our stories. We imagine intergenerational learning opportunities that pair children with parents, grandparents and other caregivers — a scientifically proven method for maximizing discovery and knowledge retention while making cherished memories that will last a lifetime.
As a result of the current pandemic, the 2020 Spring Wildflower Gala was canceled.
Thank you for your interest and support!
The Preserve's Spring Wildflower Gala features both live and silent auctions to support the Preserve and the Gala's theme. This year the theme was to be Growing and Learning Together.
Gala Auction Preview
Max Hansen Dinner for 8 at Luxurious Home in Lumberville, PA
Gail Bessette Original Oil Painting
A Week in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands at the Ritz Carlton Club for 6
James Feehan Original Oil Painting
Party at the Preserve Pavilion and Buffet Dinner for 25
Our wonderful Gala Sponsors are critical to the success of the Gala and to the stewardship of the Preserve. For information about Gala sponsorship, please contact the Preserve at 215.862.2924 ext. 105 or email@example.com. You can sign up to be a sponsor online here or download a pdf.
Benefits of Spring Wildflower Gala Sponsorship
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Each year a wonderful committee of volunteers and members of the Preserve staff plan the gala.
2020 Honorary Chair
Laura Thompson Barnes, The Thompson Organization
2020 Gala Committee
Lisa Tremper Hanover
2020 Gala Sponsors
Thompson Lexus Doylestown and Willow Grove
ACCU Fire Fabrication, Inc.
Addison Wolfe Real Estate
Dunleavy & Associates
Bryn Mawr Trust
Bob and Joyce Byers
Evie and Bill Cagney
Fox Rothschild, LLP
Bill and Dot Gaboda
NJM Insurance Group
Tricia and Scott Reines
Rick and Flo Celender
Judy and Arlo Eby
Mark and Sue Eveland
Joe and Betsy Falconi
Ted and Kathy Fernberger
Finkles--World's Most Unusual Supply House
The First National Bank and Trust Company of Newtown
The Garden Girl Company
Robert Goodwin and Joseph Demchur
Jim and Christina Greenwood
David and Jacqui Griffith
Peggy and Bill Hecht
Christopher and Lynn Holzner
Lori Hoppmann and Susan Vigilante
Ray and Sue Hurst
Julia and Mark Klossner
Barbara and John Lehman
Patricia Ludwig and Lawrence Popowich
Sandy and David Marshall
Hugh A. Marshall Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Dr. and Mrs. Donald E. Parlee
Pregmon Law Offices
The Rampe Family
Bob and Christine Reilly
Barbara and John Belding
Lisa Tremper Hanover
Jim and Shauna Pearsall
MRP Plans, Inc.
Alan and Amy Stern