Urban green space is integral to the health of cities across the country and is vital for companies striving to recruit outstanding employees to their cities. Well-maintained parks provide important benefits for urban dwellers that include improved health and wellness, both mentally and physically, amenities for recreation and relaxation, exposure to diverse communities, positive environmental impact, and economic development.

Hermann Park Conservancy welcomes the opportunity to partner with companies and offers a wide range of partnership packages. As advertising is prohibited in Hermann Park, partnerships offer corporate donors a unique chance to reach an audience of over six million annual Park visitors, while asserting their commitment to the community and a green cause.

We are grateful for our corporate partners. Click here to see a full list.

Gift Ideas
Consider giving clients and employees the gift of Hermann Park. From memberships to train and boat rides, Houstonians will love these unique gifts. Click here for gift ideas.


Sponsor or Support Annual Conservancy Events

Hermann Park Conservancy Kite Festival
The kite festival brings thousands of kite fliers to Hermann Park to enjoy a day of friendly kite-flying, kite making, live music, DJs, student performances, food vendors, additional kids’ activities, and more. The event is free and open to the public. It is a great opportunity for companies to connect with our community. 

To learn more about to learn more about Kite Festival, click here.

For sponsorship opportunities, email

Park to Port Bike Ride
The annual Park to Port Bike Ride, a 20-mile round-trip, takes cyclists on the Brays Bayou trail from Hermann Park to the Port of Houston providing a unique perspective on our city. Riders enjoy a turn-around party at Brady’s Landing sponsored by the Port of Houston Authority before returning to Hermann Park for a fun post-ride celebration including music, food, and more.

The next Park to Port Bike Ride will be held in October 2018. To learn more about the Park to Port Bike Ride, click here.

For sponsorship opportunities, email

Run in the Park
Run in the Park is Hermann Park Conservancy’s popular annual fun run offering a 5K run/walk and a 1K kids’ run. Runners and walkers circle the Park on the Marvin Taylor Trail under the Park's beautiful live oaks. Family and friends cheer on participants and then join them for a fun post-race party featuring music, food, drinks, and fun activities. 

The next Run in the Park will be held in November 2018. To learn more about Run in the Park, click here.

For sponsorship opportunities, email

Evening in the Park
Evening in the Park
 is the Conservancy’s largest fundraiser each year. Guests enjoy cocktails at sunset before dining in one of Houston’s most enchanting outdoor spaces. The annual spring event raises funds that help the Conservancy continue to improve and maintain Hermann Park and supports daily volunteer and stewardship programs. 

To learn more about the 2018 Evening in the Park, click here.

Hats in the Park
One of Houston’s most colorful springtime events, Hats in the Park is an annual fundraiser benefiting Hermann Park Conservancy. Thanks to its beautiful scenery and worthy cause, our Hats in the Park luncheon consistently attracts the enthusiastic participation of Houston’s social, business and philanthropic leaders. 

To learn more about the 2018 Hats in the Park, click here.

Become a Reforestation and Habitat Restoration Sponsor

Hermann Park is home to more than 8,000 trees, many of them close to 100 years old. The tree canopy includes magnificent Live Oaks along the Jones Reflection Pool and the dense urban forest in Bayou Parkland. The Conservancy’s reforestation program protects and preserves these valuable trees. The Conservancy assists the Houston Parks and Recreation Department with tree care and special treatments. Habitat restoration projects ensure that wildlife and native plants will continue to thrive and in Hermann Park.
For sponsorship opportunities, click here.

Support the Centennial Campaign

The Conservancy set out in 1992 to complete the vision imagined by the Park’s early planners. The Centennial Campaign was created to raise funds for projects to restore the Park’s historical elements, increase accessibility and encourage community activity through new gathering spaces to be completed by the Park’s centennial in 2014. With most those elements now complete, an update to the master plan will be implemented to expand each visitor’s experience in the Park.

Projects include:

• Historic clubhouse renovation

To learn more about the Centennial Campaign, click here.
To learn more about the master plan update, click here.

For information about sponsorship or naming opportunities in the Japanese Garden, historic clubhouse, McGovern Centennial Gardens and other areas of the Park, email


Volunteers are needed to keep the Park looking clean and beautiful. Corporate groups can volunteer for a variety of projects including reforestation and habitat restoration as well as special events including National Public Lands Day, Run in the Park, the Hermann Park Kite Festival and the Park to Port Bike Ride. There are also volunteer opportunities is the McGovern Centennial Gardens. To learn more about volunteering, click here.

Book Your Next Event at Hermann Park

The Cherie Flores Garden Pavilion and the Celebration Garden in the McGovern Centennial Gardens offer a scenic setting for corporate meetings and events. The Cherie Flores Garden Pavilion serves as the main entryway to the gardens and provides a stunning view of a 30-foot garden mount across the expansive centennial green. The Celebration Garden is a beautiful outdoor venue for special events. 

To learn more about renting the Cherie Flores Garden Pavilion or Celebration Garden, click here.

For questions or more information about getting involved, contact:

Meghan Miller
Director of Development
713-524-5876 ext. 339