SUPPORT THE SANDS POINT PRESERVE CONSERVANCY
The Conservancy welcomes members, donors, program sponsors, and volunteers – you bring vital resources to the programming and services that we provide to the community, and you make the maintenance of the buildings and grounds as well as capital improvements possible.
Your financial support impacts directly on all of the work we do – expanding nature education for children, adults, and families with special needs; co-curricular school programs; fitness and wellness sessions; and performing arts events. We can undertake important projects, including the ongoing repair and renovation of the mansions.
Nassau County provides only 2% of our annual operating budget, therefore private contributions are essential in our work to preserve the site and to reach our future goals.
When you become a member or make a tax-deductible charitable contribution to the Sands Point Preserve Conservancy, you become an active participant in this unique historic venue and natural resource.
Help ensure the future of this beautiful historic site and natural resource:
Memberships are an invaluable source of funding and support our mission to preserve and protect the historic buildings and magnificent grounds.
Midsummer Night’s Dream Gala
Join us for the first gala in more than a year – a summer party in the Rose Garden to celebrate the Preserve’s natural environment – a peaceful, nurturing place for so many during the pandemic.
Gifts are 100% tax-deductible donations that support day-to-day operations, programs, and projects across the Preserve.
Sponsor an event or a cultural, educational, family or nature program at the Preserve. The Conservancy works closely with our sponsors to develop opportunities that meet their philanthropic and marketing goals. To make a charitable contribution and to find out more about sponsorship opportunities, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campaign to Save Hempstead House
These contributions are 100% tax-deductible and facilitate critical repairs to the roof, window lintels, and dormers as well as the restoration of the mansion’s stone exterior.