Support the Arboretum

Temple University Ambler formally dedicated the “Albright Walk” in honor of longtime Ambler Campus advocate Phil Albright and his wife Barbara.

The Ambler Arboretum of Temple University relies on a variety of support from gifts of money to gifts of time and expertise. They are all essential for us to work towards the mission of the Arboretum.

Below you will find links to events and opportunities to support the Ambler Arboretum of Temple University:

Giving: From scholarships to garden funds there are a number of ways you can support the Ambler Arboretum and the Ambler Campus financially.

Become an Associate: Support the mission of the Arboretum on an annual basis. Your active association includes discounts for all Temple non-credit courses, new associates receive a free magazine subscription as well as exclusive invitations to events and family programming.

Events: Each year we host an annual fundraiser, welcoming existing and new friends into the arboretum to celebrate the beauty, diversity and value of the space while recognizing the people who help make all of this happen.

Volunteer: Dedicated individuals with a passion and connection to Temple Ambler or a green thumb and some time to spend in the gardens help in various ways around the Arboretum. From garden maintenance to assistance with events and even guiding the direction of the Arboretum, volunteers are involved in many capacities. Learn about the Arboretum’s current volunteer opportunities.

Learn: Your participation in both Credit and Non-Credit courses helps Ambler Campus and the Ambler Arboretum remain a valuable resource in the community. If you are a student, consider taking some classes here surrounded by the gorgeous educational and historic gardens. Looking to learn a new hobby or skill? Consider our many non-credit courses offered at this campus. We even have courses  dedicated to learning about landscaping and gardening.