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Memorial Donations




Donation Programs

Support your parks and honor a loved one in a very special way. Deerfield Township offers memorial trees, memorial benches, and veteran's memorial brick pavers.

Please click the links below for more details and to purchase items online.
Tree Dedications
Veterans Memorial Bricks

Bench Dedications

Tree Dedications

View Tree Dedication Options

Trees are available for purchase and placement in a Deerfield Township Park to commemorate a person, group, or event such as an outstanding achievement, birthday, anniversary, birth, or life of a loved one.

Specific planting sites within a park are not guaranteed; if feasible, Deerfield will accommodate specific planting location requests (i.e. appropriate for park needs, tree type, location aligns with maintenance processes, etc.). Please note special location requests on the order.

Deerfield reserves the right to substitute a similar tree of equal value if the specific tree requested is not available. Trees are guaranteed for one year. After one year, Deerfield Township is not responsible for replacing trees that are no longer viable. 

You may order memorial trees at any time. Please note that planting will only be done from October 1st through May 15th.

Veterans Memorial Bricks

View Veterans Memorial Brick Options

Pay tribute to a loved one who has served in the armed forces through an engraved commemorative brick.

Brick orders are consolidated and sent for engraving on a quarterly basis.

There will not be any items to pick up. Bricks will be installed in the Deerfield Honors Veterans Memorial by the Deerfield Township Parks Department. (Personal Tribute Bricks will be shipped directly to the purchaser.)

Bench Dedications

View Bench Dedication Options

Benches are available for purchase and placement in Deerfield Township Parks to commemorate a person, group, or event such as an outstanding achievement, birthday, anniversary, birth, or life of a loved one.

The bench will be placed at one of Deerfield Township's parks and will remain on park grounds until it becomes unsafe or aesthetically unacceptable.