Ways to Give
Friends of Lee Richardson Zoo offers a variety of ways to support the zoo. Whether it's a one time gift, annual donation, or your time, each gift is truly appreciated.
Together, we can preserve and enhance the legacy of Lee Richardson Zoo for future generations.
Every donation to the Friends of Lee Richardson Zoo goes toward zoo improvements.
Contributions enable Friends to host celebrated events, improve or build new exhibits and offer recreational and educational opportunities at the zoo.
Whether given as an annual gift, in support of a capital campaign or to remember a loved one, each gift helps improve your zoo.
Friends of Lee Richardson Zoo are always looking for a helping paw.
Offer your time to make our events a success.
Join our volunteer list and we'll contact you as our next event approaches.
Friends of Lee Richardson Zoo offers a variety of ways to pay tribute to those that that are special in your life or to memorialize those who have passed on. Our staff will gladly assist you in helping to find the best way to leave a lasting reminder of those that are special to you.
Get promotions and help the Zoo!
Lee Richardson Zoo has played a significant role in the Garden City community since 1927 as one of the last free-admission zoos in the country with over 150,000 visitors annually. Friends of Lee Richardson Zoo can deliver your message to zoo guests through a number of cause-related opportunities. Friend sponsorships create heightened corporate image, brand awareness, and the potential for increased store traffic while demonstrating social awareness and corporate involvement.
Event sponsorship opportunities include:
A Wild Affair
Boo! At The Zoo
Additional sponsorship opportunities include:
Little Safari Wagons
Adopt an Animal
By giving a donation to adopt an animal for one year, you can help provide the special care our animals need. By clicking the adoption button above, or the icon next to this text you will be taken to the animal classification page. There you will find each class of animal at the zoo. Directions for adoption are at the top of that page.