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Support the Malibu Legacy Park Project

Malibu Legacy Park will be the only park in California where five coastal natural habitats are linked and accessible: the ocean, lagoon, stream, seasonal wetland and coastal bluffs, and where the development of five habitats on-site will serve as an outdoor educational and living learning center. When completed, the park also will include an amphitheater, a Malibu culture commemorative area, and educational kiosks. Equally important, Malibu Legacy Park's state-of-the-art technology will act as an environmental cleaning machine to improve water quality in Malibu Creek, Malibu Lagoon, and the world-famous Surfrider Beach. Please visit our virtual park map on our homepage.

Your gift made online through MalibuLegacy.org is safe and secure.  If you prefer to mail your gift to the City of Malibu, please click on the Pledge button and print out the gift/pledge form.

Help ensure this once-in-a-lifetime environmental protection and quality of life legacy is realized in the heart of Malibu for children of all ages and the generations to come. Fulfill a dream, leave a legacy by giving as generously as you can to the MALIBU LEGACY PARK PROJECT and leave your mark on the park.

With your gift to the Malibu Legacy Park Project of $500 or more, you will receive recognition on the park's permanent honor wall. In addition, your gift entitles you to other recognition benefits, by level. All direct donations to the Malibu Legacy Park Project from the inception of the gift program in 2005 are cumulative.

Membership in the Legacy Leadership Circle, which is limited to 100 families, begins at $25,000.

Naming opportunities in the park are available for gifts of more than $25,000.

Donations of $5,000 or more are eligible for our three-year pledge program.

Questions? Contact the Legacy Park Campaign at (310) 456-2489, ext. 232, or email info@malibulegacy.org.




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