The Environmental Park Trust of Sheboygan County supports Maywood through private donations, grants, bequests, and annual fund raising events.
Please offer your support to help us grow!
Download our Support Brochure (PDF)
Download a donation form (PDF)
Support Maywood by donating an item on our wishlist.
Click here to see our current needs.
Become a member of the Ellwood H. May Environmental Park Association of Sheboygan County, Inc., a 501(c)(4) supporting Maywood. Members enjoy benefits and provide vistal support to the park and its mission. Download a membership form and list of benefits (PDF) and join today!
Help pave the entrance to the Wm. A Hayssen Pavilion with your own personal brick. The bricks come in 4"x8" or 8"x8" styles. Brick are ordered annually in August and placed in mid-October. Download a form here. (PDF)
Aldo Leopold Rustic 4' Bench
Great gift idea, personalized with up to 20 characters for a name or message. Benches may be taken and enjoyed at home or left for visitors to use at the park.Benches are $100. Please allow up to 3 weeks for bench personalization. Download form here (PDF).
The Annual Operations Fund provides for program support, publiciity, and day-to-day administrative costs of the Trust.
Help support field trips and other educational opportunities to Maywood through your donation to this fund.
Gifts to the Arboretum Fund provide for the maintenance, planning, and new plantings in this 5.5 acre section of the park. The Arboretum utlizies native plants, shurbs, and trees and provides visitors the means to see these species upclose.
The Endowment Fund provides a stong and stable financial future for the Trust. Donations to the Endowment Fund ensure that Maywood is enjoyed by generations to come.
Property Enhancement Fund
Current projects in need of funding:
Help us landscape around the new addition to the Ecology Center. This three-phase project will incorporate low-maintenance, native plantings and seamlessly incorporate current features of the landscaping including The Arboretum and the Rain Garden.
The signage project will create and install new interpretive signs through the park. The new signs will greatly enhance visitor's experience while walking and hiking the trails.
- Bur Oak Project
The Bur Oak project involves creating and enacting a usage plan for the Bur Oak property. This property, donated by the Garton Family, is located on Rangeline Road and provides a variety of habitats for study, reserach, and low-impact recreation such as hiking.
Donations may be mailed to:
Attn: Trust Administrator
3615 Mueller Road
Sheboygan, WI 53083
Donations to The Trust are tax-deductible under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.