The Zoo Society has many ways to give a meaningful gift.Read More
Thank you for your support this holiday season! The Zoo and Zoo Society offer many ways to give a meaningful gift.
The Membership Program is presented by PNC.
They'll bear-ly be able to contain themselves when they receive this gift that gives ALL YEAR LONG!
Your lucky gift recipient redeems it when they’re ready - and their new membership will be valid for a full year after activation. Purchase a gift membership and receive a printable gift certificate immediately by email. It couldn't be easier!
Click here to see the amazing membership benefits!
Between welcoming Kunda, our new baby gorilla, and the grand opening of Susie’s Bear Hollow—a first-of-its-kind tropical bear habitat—this past year was filled with celebratory moments.
As the nonprofit partner of Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, the Cleveland Zoological Society exists to raise philanthropic support and public awareness of the Zoo. None of this would have been possible without donors like you. Your donation will help ensure the Zoo’s ability to provide essential animal care, conservation, and educational programming today and in the future.
Make them happy with a capy(bara)! What do you give someone who has everything this season? A capybara of course!
Support a Species is a philanthropic program to build and maintain a healthy Zoo. Animal and veterinary care continues all year with the wonderful support from our donors!
All donation amounts are accepted, and everyone will receive a PDF fact sheet and fillable certificate attached to their confirmation email.
Members & Pride donors receive a 15% discount in the Zoo's gift shops all year long! Stop in on your next visit to pick out a gift for that special someone or treat yourself for the holidays. Nowhere else will you find a collection of Cleveland Metroparks Zoo-branded clothing, handmade hats and jewelry from around the world, eco-friendly coffee and items from conservation partners.
The Elusive Andean Bear
Read a first-person account of traveling to see this bear species in the wild.
Ask the Expert
Where do the animals go when work is being done in their habitat?
Food for thought
How does the Zoo get enough browse to feed these animals each and every day?