Corporate Partner & Sponsorship

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Show the community you care...

Become a Corporate Partner or Sponsor today!

" Our support of Monk Gardens is a local extension of our company’s environmental stewardship we provide throughout our project lands.” ~ Tom Kipp, Wisconsin Valley Improvement Company

Monk Botanical Gardens’ 30+ acres are carefully designed for a purpose that’s good for the soul: to connect people to plants, the earth, and to each other, as an integral part of our community’s well-being. We want you to join us! 


Show the community your care.  Supporting the Gardens through the Corporate Partnership Program, highlights your business as one that is committed to enhancing beautiful outdoor spaces, providing engaging, educational programs, and believes in being part of the community through giving. 


Increase your company’s visibility.  By becoming a Corporate Partner, your company will receive a variety of marketing benefits including written recognition on our website, social media reaching 5000+, the Garden’s biannual newsletter (2,000+) and more.


Grow your business.  From an increase in marketing exposure to providing gifts for customers, the Corporate Partnership Program can give your business that extra boost to increase your reach.  

Join Us! 

By becoming a Corporate Partner,  you will help the Gardens grow into one of Central Wisconsin's most outstanding natural, cultural, and educational attractions. Read about our partner's benefits in this brochure!

Your organization can invest in a Corporate Partnership Package to receive a multitude of benefits and be featured at several events while helping the Gardens execute an exciting year for the entire community! If you are interested in sponsoring a specific event, please download this brochure or contact Tiffany at [email protected] or call 715-261-6264

Corporate Partnership Packages:

Event Sponsorships:

Corporate Volunteer Opportunities 

For more information call 715-261-6264.

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