• View of the White House's north side from Layfatte Park

    President's Park (White House)

    District of Columbia

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  • White House Fence Restoration and Sidewalk Closure

    The National Park Service is restoring the White House fence along Pennsylvania Avenue, portions of which are believed to date back to 1818. During this restoration work, sections of the White House sidewalk will be temporarily closed for public safety. More »

  • Construction Project Affecting the White House Sidewalk

    Due to a construction project, a portion of both the White House sidewalk and Pennsylvania Avenue near East Executive Avenue will be closed until April 2015.

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Monument and memorial restoration

Monument and memorial restoration

Thank you for your interest in supporting President's Park. The park may accept donations from individuals, families, organizations, foundations, corporations, businesses, associations and other entities. Your contribution will be used to enhance visitor services and support resource protection programs throughout the park. No other federal agency relies as heavily on the generosity and kindness of its visitors. We thank you for your past support and we look forward to continuing to serve you.

Donations support and enhance the following work in President's Park:

  • Turf restoration and management
  • Monument and memorial restoration
  • Tree replacement
  • Landscaping
  • Education/Interpretation programs

If you are an individual or family, your contribution may be mailed to the address below. Please make checks out to the National Park Service. If you wish to designate your donation for one of the special areas above, please write it in the memo line of the check.

Donations may be mailed to:

National Park Service Liaison to the White House
National Park Service
1100 Ohio Drive, S.W., Room 344
Washington, D.C. 20242
Attention: President's Park Programs

Organizations, foundations, corporation, businesses, associations and other entities who are interested in donating to President's Park should contact the National Park Service Liaison to the White House at (202) 619-6344 to discuss their proposed donations.

Our non-profit educational cooperating association, the White House Historical Association operates a museum shop and your purchases there will also help to enhance park programs.

Did You Know?

U.S. Army Soldiers

On October 4, 1924, First Division Monument was the first memorial built in Washington, D.C., in honor of the valiant efforts of the soldiers who fought in World War I. Later, the World War II, the Vietnam War, and the Desert Storm were added to the memorial.