A New Way to Raise Funds!
APEC is excited to announce its involvement as a Museum Partner with ShopforMuseums.com. As a Museum Partner, anyone shopping online with their favorite national retailers can have a portion of their purchase directed to APEC at no additional cost. ShopforMuseums.com is nationally recognized with hundreds of Museum Partners across the country.
Whether you are in the market for books, office supplies, apparel, gifts, travel reservations, home improvement, school supplies, toys, electronics, flowers or gourmet food…You name it, the place to start is at ShopforMuseums.com!
Participation is simple and secure. To designate a portion of your next online purchase to APEC, simply:
|Go to www.ShopforMuseums.com|
|Click on Alley Pond|
|10% discount on APEC's twice a year Bird Seed Sale|
|Then just click on the link of the store you want to visit and go about your shopping. Stores are organized by categories.|
The percentage of your purchase will be tracked automatically as long as you begin each time at www.ShopforMuseums.com
Please use ShopforMuseums.com each time you shop online and spread the word to friends and family.
APEC appreciates your support!!!
Did you know that:
|$350 a month would feed and care for our live animals|
|$1,000 a month would buy supplies to keep APEC clean|
|$1,000 a year would keep the grounds and trails useable|
|$1,600 would print Tidings, our quarterly program guide/newsletter|
|$1,875 a month would enable us to provide our unique programs for children|
|$500 would enable us to replace our aging lawn mowers|
|$1,000 would enable us to improve some animal housing|
APEC is an IRS-designated 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. You can now make your tax-deductible donation online with Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover or a PayPal account. All major currencies accepted.
You do not need a PayPal account to donate.
Donations:You can make a donation via phone by using a credit card, or by the paypal link below. Please call our Executive Director at 718-229-4000 ext. 209 if you would like to discuss your donation.
|You can donate $1000, $500, $250, $100 or other amount.|
Memberships:Members receive a 10 % discount on gift shop purchases, birthday parties and bird seed sales, as well as discounts on many of our programs and the ability to register early for most programs. Please note,
all memberships are for one year.
|Individual (adult only)
|Senior (over 60)
|Senior with child
Alley Pond Environmental Center Inc. 2012-2013
Alley Pond Environmental Center is housed in a building owned by the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation and this program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council and private funding provided by::
Capital Monies allocated for New Green Building and Other Improvements:
|$4,000,000||Queens Borough President Helen Marshall|
|$3,065,000||Queens City Council delegation|
|$1,000,000||NYC Council allocation by former NYC Councilmember Tony Avella|
|$1,000,000||NYS Senate allocation by former NYS Senator Frank Padavan|
|$50,000||$50,000 NYS Assembly allocation by current NYC Councilman Mark Weprin during his Assembly term|
General Operating Expenses
|$52,400||NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs|
|$38,895||NYS NHT Zoos, Botanical Gardens & Aquariums|
|$25,000||Bloomberg Philanthropies, NYC Councilman Mark Weprin|
|$16,500||Consolidated Edison of New York|
|$10,000||Capital One Bank|
|NYC Councilman James Gennaro & Elaine Alberts|
|$5,000 +||NYC Councilman Comrie|
|National Fish and Wildlife Foundation|
|Tully Environmental, Inc.|
|NYC Councilman Daniel Halloran|
|$3,000||Queens Borough President Helen Marshall Hall’s Carpet, Inc.|
|$1,000+||Joseph & Bernice Tanenbaum Foundation|
|Mr & Mrs A. Scuderi|
|Central Veterinary Associates|
|Mr & Mrs Fedorow|
|Queens County Savings Bank|
|Euler-Revaz Family Foundation|
|Mr. & Mrs. St. John|
|Richard & Susan Blum|
|$500+||Astoria Federal Savings Bank|
|William & Vicki Nieter|
|Community Church of Douglaston|
|David & Barbara Friedman|
|IBEW Local Union #3|
|Mary Elaine & David Morris|
|Lydia and Randy Rock|
|Dr. & Mrs Vichinsky|
|Walter Weintge Jr|
|Mizumi Sushi and Seafood|