With funding from individual donors, corporate sponsors, and nonprofit groups, the Park Commission can continue to provide quality cultural, educational, and recreational activities. Please support our supporters!
The Morris County Park Alliance supports the Park Commission with funding to preserve historic sites and augment recreational and educational opportunities for site visitors. Proceeds from Park Alliance programs directly support these efforts and build an endowment for the future.
The Friends of Historic Speedwell support Historic Speedwell through volunteer efforts, fund-raising, and program assistance. The organization also manages the Historic Speedwell gift shop. Members enjoy discounts on general admission, 10% discount in the Gift Shop, and a quarterly newsletter.
The Willowwood Foundation is a non-profit organization established to nurture an appreciation for, and knowledge of, botany, horticulture, and the natural world.
The Friends of The Frelinghuysen Arboretum supports The Frelinghuysen Arboretum and other horticultural facilities through various programs, exhibits, and trips.
The Friends also operate the horticultural library, a year-round horticultural therapy program, and "Branching Out", a children's gardening program.
The Friends of Fosterfields and Cooper Gristmill assist the Park Commission in developing and maintaining a high level of excellence at Fosterfields Living Historical Farm and Cooper Gristmill.
The Friends also promote and sponsor a public education program of historical and agricultural projects and activities. Members enjoy discounts on general admission, advance notice of activities, and a free subscription to the Gazette newsletter.
The Mount Hope Conservancy supports programs that interpret and preserve the industrial heritage and landscapes of Morris County.
The Morris Trails Partnership is comprised of walkers, hikers, joggers, bikers and horseback riders who advocate for the development, maintenance and intelligent use of trails for active and passive recreation. Trails are a significant component of quality of life and helps preserve and link natural, cultural and historical resources.