Join us in the effort to build an accessible space in which to inspire peace.
We are excited to announce that we are participating in a crowd-sourced fundraising program through MightyCause.com. This platform not only offers a safe and secure website for making donations, but they have also partnered with the Gannett Foundation to offer assist groups like ours the opportunity to apply for additional funding through A Community Thrives.
The crowd-sourced funding portion of the program began on Monday September 21st and continues until Friday October 16th at 11 AM (Central Time). Our goal during this 4-week program is to raise $1000 per week. If we meet that goal, we qualify for consideration for a Local Operating Grant from Gannett. In our application, we asked for $48,336 - the amount we will need to complete the next phase of our plan for the park.
Please check out our page at MightyCause.com for full details of our plan and for the opportunity to make a donation.
THERE IS SPACE FOR YOUR PAVER BLOCK . ORDERS PLACED OVER THE WINTER WILL BE INSTALLED IN THE SPRING OF 2020.
WE ARE PARTNERING WITH RENEE'S GARDEN TO OFFER YOU THE FINEST IN ORGANIC SEEDS AND BULBS FOR YOUR FLOWER BEDS AND VEGETABLE GARDENS. VISIT THEIR WEBSITE: WWW.RENEESGARDEN.COM PLACE YOUR ORDER AND USE THE COUPON CODE FR202A WHEN YOU CHECK OUT. A PORTION OF YOUR PURCHASE IS SENT TO FRIENDS OF PEACE PARK SHEBOYGAN.
PRINT OUT THE LETTER AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY. COUPON CODE IS GOOD FOR ALL OF 2020!
This image shows a view of the Park from the south looking toward N. 3rd St. It shows the extension of the path, the viewing patio and seat wall and the new planting area.
We are working with MightyCause.com - a crowd-sourced funding platform - to gather donations to help us get this next phase underway. We hope to be able to begin in the spring of 2021.
We have the opportunity to apply for grant funding from the Gannett Foundation in addition to the donations brought in through MightyCause, but we need your help.
Please visit our page at
for details about the project and how to donate.
The northeast corner of the Park is now the home of the Sister Cities Peace Gardens. Three gardens, one each in honor of Esslingen, Germany, Tsubame, Japan and Sheboygan
The gardens include plants that are either grown in those cities or are representative of them. Plants in the Esslingen garden include daisies, brunnera and Edelweiss while plants in the Tsubame garden will include hosta, pink asters, purple iris and a Japanese red maple tree.