There are many ways that you can make a commitment to the Garden’s future by getting involved today:
- Join or renew your membership
- Become a corporate sponsor
- Make a planned gift
- Become a SBBG staff member
Our world-class native plant collections, environmental education and research programs thrive because of the generosity and involvement of enthusiasts like you. We invite you to get involved at SBBG!
Give a Green Gift this Holiday
Exclusive Offer! Purchase a Gift of Membership* between November 1 - December 31 and add a limited-edition, reusable Garden BAGGU for only $10
- Share your favorite place with friends and family with a 'Gift of Membership' to the Garden
- Give a BAGGU as a gift or keep it to use for your holiday shopping!
- Choose from 3 fashionable colors: Mint, Green, or Forest
Carry a BAGGU in your hand or over your shoulder:
- Holds 2-3 plastic grocery bags worth of stuff
- Holds 50 lbs
- Machine washable!
Act now! The special Garden BAGGU supply is limited.
*Baggu purchases are only available with the purchase of a 'Gift of Membership' to the Garden.
To purchase your gift of membership and BAGGU, call (805) 682-4726 ext. 110
-or- email SBBG Membership
Subscribe to the SBBG gardENotes newsletter
Receive the Garden’s biweekly e-newsletter to learn about the latest newsworthy information related to SBBG. Stay informed and up-to-date: you will find bloom announcements, featured events and classes, and Garden Shop specials.
Shop at Ralphs and Support the Garden
Now is the time to register your Ralphs card for the Ralphs "Community Contribution" Program:
Please Click here to create or login to your Ralphs account to register your Ralphs card and then select the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden (#91185) as your preferred organization.
If you registered your card any time BEFORE August 31, 2013, then you will need to re-register for the new term September 1, 2013 - August 31, 2014.
We appreciate your support!
The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden fosters the conservation of California's native plants through our gardens, research and education, and serves as a role model of sustainable practices.