City Park Disaster Relief Fund


We have launched a Disaster Relief Fund to support City Park’s recovery efforts from Hurricane Ida. Your support today will directly impact the recovery, beautification, and preservation of New Orleans City Park. Our team has been working closely to ensure a strategic and efficient recovery, with debris removal set as first priority.

Home to the largest collection of Live Oak trees in the world, the rehabilitation of City Park is integral to our region. We appreciate you and your investment in the Park. If you have any questions prior to making a donation, email Contributions that are $1,000 and above will be recognized in our Oak Tree Circle program. Please complete the following information to process your online donation.

Every gift is tax-deductible and the donor receives an acknowledgment from Friends of City Park (501c3), City Park’s support organization. All transactions conducted on this website are encrypted using a secure server to protect your privacy.

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Lark in the Park

March 18 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Lark in the Park, presented by Capital One, is celebrating its 40th Anniversary in the expansive New Orleans Botanical Garden on Friday, March 18, 2022. Where guests will enjoy a