Organization Profile

Portland Memory Garden

The Portland Memory Garden, a non-profit organization started in 2001 by the Friends of the Portland Memory Garden, is dedicated to sharing the beauty of nature with those who suffer from memory disorders as well as with their caregivers. It is a free, secure, community resource for respite, recreation, and inspiration, maintained predominately with volunteer assistance from. The Portland Memory Garden is one of only 2 public gardens in the U.S. designed specifically for people with memory-affecting diseases and for their loved ones. Located in Ed Benedict Park, this little jewel provides four seasons of safe, accessible, and botanically rich experience.

Mission: To enhance the lives of individuals with memory disorders and their caregivers by maintaining the Portland Memory Garden, involving the larger community,  and providing therapeutic and educational activities.

Health & Wellness
People with Health-based Concerns
Portland, OR, 97292