Major Sponsorships

Currently, New York Restoration Project (NYRP) is seeking major corporate and institutional partners for several upcoming important and high-profile initiatives, as well as NYRP’s core community garden restoration campaign. Opportunities include, but are not limited to:

MillionTreesNYC Lead Sponsorship 

Reaffirm your company’s commitment to promoting healthy communities and a more sustainable, green urban landscape by joining iconic brands such as Toyota and TD Bank in supporting Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Bette Midler in planting one million trees in New York City. Sponsorship of this citywide initiative supports tree-planting and stewardship activities, youth and adult education programs, and public awareness campaigns. As a lead sponsor, your company or institution can demonstrate its commitment to New York City while building lasting relationships with policymakers; key environmental, greening and business organizations; and community and neighborhood groups. Lead sponsors receive year-round brand exposure through two citywide public service announcement campaigns and all initiative collateral and educational materials, as well as ongoing recognition by New York City and NYRP officials.

NYRP’s Community Garden Sponsorship

Through the sponsorship of NYRP’s community gardens, we are able to transform our gardens into beautiful, functioning village greens. NYRP’s renovated gardens have become centers of community activity – gathering spots for urban gardening, picnics, public programs and environmental education. Garden renovations have been underwritten by Jo Malone London, Target Corporation, Rodale, 50 Cent’s G-Unity Foundation, Toyota, Heckscher Foundation for Children, Wicked and The Tiffany & Company Foundation. Garden sponsorship underwrites the design, construction and planting of a community garden and provides an endowment to support long-term maintenance and garden programming. Sponsors of NYRP community gardens receive brand exposure through garden signage, online recognition and participation in a gardening opening event with Bette Midler.

For more information on these programs and other sponsorship opportunities, please contact NYRP's Development Office at 212.333.2552 or email