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Sponsor an Animal from the Como Zoo or a Garden at the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory

5 Eyewitness News is the official partner for the Como Zoo's Sponsor An Animal program.

For a $50 donation, you will receive:

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  • Certificate of animal sponsorship
  • Photograph of your chosen animal
  • Animal fact sheet
  • Subscription to our newsletter
  • Animal plush or garden book

There are amazing animals and gardens just waiting for your support…how about a polar bear, Amur Tiger, spider monkey, or penguin?  Perhaps the Sunken Garden or the Japanese Garden? Animal and Garden Sponsorships make great gifts for any occasion!

By sponsoring the animal and gardens at Como you are helping to support your favorite zoo resident or horticultural wonder.  Your contribution will be used to enhance animal habitats, cultivate award-winning gardens and maintain the best care possible for all of Como inhabitants. Becoming a sponsor is easy - plus your contribution is tax-deductible.

The Como Zoo & Conservatory is open 365 days a year and is free every day of the year. Whether you visit the Como Park Zoo & Conservatory every summer or haven't been for years, there is something new for you!

For more information, click here.

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