THE FRIENDS OF BROOKGREEN
The Friends of Brookgreen Gardens was founded in 1991 with 50 members “to promote and advance Brookgreen Gardens.” Now with over 90 members, the Friends include men and women who have a special interest and commitment to raising additional resources for Brookgreen Gardens.
The group's 2013 spring fund raising event was Brookgreen en Blanc on Saturday, April 20. It was an extraordinary evening that celebrated the founders of Brookgreen Gardens, Archer and Anna Hyatt Huntington. Participation in this elegant celebration with cocktails, dinner and entertainment helped us further Brookgreen’s Mission and preserve this National Historic Landmark for generations to come. T
In the fall, The Friends will host Brew at the Zoo, a craft beer festival at the Lowcountry Zoo.
Proceeds support a number of projects at Brookgreen Gardens including sculpture acquisitions, restoration of the Dogwood Garden, the purchase of a tram to transport Brookgreen visitors, funding for the rice field restoration project, support of the Wall Lowcountry Center, the Lowcountry Trial, the Daffodil Corridor, the new front entrance to the Gardens, and the new Otter Exhibit – River Basin Retreat.
Friends of Brookgreen Gardens must be members of the President’s Council, the Chairman’s Council, the Huntington Society or the Atalaya Council.
To become a Friend, an individual must be nominated by a member of the Friends and approved by Brookgreen Gardens’ Board of Trustees. For more information please email Jay Rowe or call (843) 235-6018.