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Donor Spotlight

Donor Spotlight: Carol Swartout Klein & Ward Klein

For the Kleins, there is a connection between Forest Park's cultural institutions being able to thrive and Forest Park Forever's ability to care for "the spaces in between." Read more →

Donor Spotlight: Spire

Spire's leadership gift will help support improvements to the Park's waterway system – a key goal of the Forever campaign. Read more →

Donor Testimonials: Why Forever

To recognize that Forest Park means so much to so many, we've been collecting testimonials from social media and from our members and donors and sharing them at Keep reading for a small collection of comments from Forever campaign donors about why they decided to contribute to this extraordinary fundraising effort. Read more →

Donor Spotlight: Alwal Moore

“I just hope that more people find out what they can offer the Park, how they can get involved. This is a park of the future. It’s well-maintained — and getting better every day. It’s a place to live a life.” Read more → 

Donor Spotlight: Wells Fargo Advisors

We recently spoke with David Kowach, head of Wells Fargo Advisors, about the company’s longtime support of the Park and their generous gift to the Forever campaign. Read more → 

Donor Spotlight: Emerson

Emerson has existed in St. Louis nearly as long as Forest Park itself. And for most of Forest Park Forever's 30 year history, Emerson has been there as a major corporate supporter. Read more → 

Donor Spotlight: Sue McCollum & Family

Sue McCollum made an early leadership gift to the Forever campaign. Here, she shares why the Park is so important to her and her family. Read more → 

Donor Spotlight: The Dana Brown Charitable Trust

Through their long-term support of Forest Park Forever, The Dana Brown Charitable Trust continues to have a remarkable impact connecting our region's youth with the magic and fun of the natural world. Read more → 

Donor Spotlight: Caleres

Read about how this St. Louis-based company is improving Forest Park for all visitors, including families and the Park's many walkers and runners. Read more →