You can also support the Garden of Destiny by purchasing souvenirs with our logo – reflectors, coffee mugs, rulers, magnets. Garden of Destiny souvenirs have been available since 2010. To view information about souvenir generated donations, click here.
It is also possible to purchase the first Garden of Destiny DVD, produced in 2011 with the support of „Latvenergo”. It includes scenes from the 2009 and 2010 fundraising campaign events on Latvian TV as well as 20 songs from the charity concert „Love songs for Latvia” that was held in Koknese in 2010.
All proceeds from souvenir sales go to the Garden of Destiny project.
Garden of Destiny souvenirs are available at the following locations:
In Koknese
The Koknese Tourism Center at 1 Melioratoru Street
In season – at the Garden of Destiny and the Koknese Castle ruins
In Liepaja
The „Liepaja during occupation regimes” branch of the „Liepaja museum” at 7/9 K. Ukstina Street
In Riga
The Foundation office at 75-III Lacplesa Street
„Love Latvia” shops at „Galerija Centrs” shopping mall at 16 Audeju Street and „Origo” shopping mall at 2 Stacijas Square (DVD and books „Love songs for Latvia”).


Vilis Vitols, Chairman of the Board

Things are not going easily at the moment, but with your help we will continue to build the Garden of Destiny – relentlessly and irreversibly. We are attempting to complete it as a gift to Latvia on her 100th birthday. If by chance we do not complete it on time, there is no cause for concern. Construction of St. Peter’s Church in Riga took a total of 282 years. It will not take us that long.

Sandra Kalniete, Member of the Board Finally, the past is once again ours and it is our source of strength. That is why the Garden of Destiny is being constructed – as a memorial to all Latvians who suffered at the hand of totalitarian regimes. It will be the Latvian Garden of Destiny, a place for Latvian souls to gather from all over the world, a place where the past will meet the future. Everyone can participate in the realization of the Garden of Destiny – and let his assistance or donation, his tree or shrub or rock be a tribute to the innocent victims of atrocities.