The Nobel Peace Laureate Project would appreciate your help in bringing the Nobel Peace Park to life. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor and making a cash contribution, you can click on the Donate or Subscribe buttons located below. If you are interested in a more personalized contribution, consider purchasing a peace rock, paver, a memorial tree with paver, plaque honoring an American Nobel Laureate, or a larger legacy gift; please see the directed contribution options further down this page.
Make a one-time donation in
any amount that you choose :
Make an “affordable” donation and have a designated amount deducted every month (12 equal payments):
What Your Contribution Will Buy :
* 4” x 8” Paver in park entrance - $ 100
* 8” x 8” Paver by Kiosk - $ 200
* Plaque honoring a Nobel Laureate (D) $ 5000
(A) Purchase a Paver: Join your friends and neighbors in helping us Pave the Way for Peace! Pavers are 4” by 8” or 8” by 8” bricks that are placed in the kiosk entrance to the Nobel Peace Park. The smaller paver can have 3 lines of up to twenty characters per line. The larger pavers can have six lines of up to twenty characters per line. Download the mail-in Paver Order Form here.
B) Sponsor a Laureate Plaque: Select one of the remaining 24 Americans who have won the Nobel Peace Prize. You, your family, or your organization can contribute $5,000 for a plaque that will contain an image of the Peace Laureate and a description of what the Laureate did to merit the award. The name of the donor will appear at the bottom of the plaque that will be installed along the tree-lined Peace Path.
Available for Sponsorship:
Nicholas Murray Butler - 1931
* In-kind contributions could include such things as volunteering time to help construct the site, donations of concrete, rocks, dirt, equipment and/or other commodities needed for construction of the Peace Park. For information about in-kind contributions, click here to e-mail us.
- The Nobel Peace Laureate Project is a 503 C(3) public corporation and a qualifying non-profit partner of the Oregon Cultural Trust.
- Because no goods or services were exchanged for your contribution, your contribution is fully tax deductible.
- Contributors and sponsors in USA should check with IRS publication 526 & IRS publication 1771 as well as their tax advisor for details.
- Contributors and sponsors outside USA should check with local laws & regulations for details.