Inspiring life in the heart of Atlanta

Read about how COVID-19 has impacted the Conservancy here.

We need gifts now more than ever. Thank you for your support.

CARES Act New Federal Rules for Charitable Giving

The economic stimulus and coronavirus relief packages that recently passed Congress include measures that provide many donors with greater flexibility in their charitable giving.

The CARES Act included a new universal deduction for charitable contributions of up to $300 for individuals who do not itemize deductions. For itemizers, the law also lifts the existing cap on annual contributions, raising it from 60 percent of adjusted gross income to 100 percent. The incentive applies to cash contributions made in 2020 and can be claimed on tax forms next year. Please consult your tax advisor for more information.

Piedmont Park is over 200 acres and attracts more than 4 million visitors each year, and is much too large for just city taxes. That’s where the Piedmont Park Conservancy comes in. Not only does the Conservancy contribute over $3.5 million each year into the maintenance and enhancement of the Park, but also brings the Park to life through a variety of programs such as Green Market, recreational and fitness activities, youth environmental education and special events.

How You Can Help

Double or Triple Your Impact

Did you know that many companies match donations made by their employees to our organization? Matching gifts provide you with an easy way to potentially double, if not triple, your original donation! Learn More