THE PARKS FOUNDATION WHO WE ARE EVENTS SUPPORT THE PARKS
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Founded in 1999, the Kent County Parks Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding and improving park land, protecting the environment, and preserving open space in Kent County, Michigan. We support the mission of the Kent County Parks Department, which is currently responsible for 38 parks and three inter-community trails.

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CONTACT US

Kent County Parks Foundation
P.O. Box 230165
Grand Rapids, MI 49523
(616) 458-2080
pmccahill@kentcountyparksfoundation.org



PLEASE SUPPORT THE KENT COUNTY PARKS FOUNDATION

We are sure that some of your family’s most vivid childhood memories took place outside at a local park. Thankfully, the generation before us had the foresight to not only set aside parkland for the future, but more importantly maintain and grow it.

With your help, we are able to move closer to our vision of enriching lives by preserving and growing our community parks. Throughout this year, it is our primary goal to broaden and grow our membership so that we are able to build a donor base of support and sustainability for years to come. Your annual tax-deductible contribution will help to secure the beautiful parks for generations to come to explore and enjoy.

We thank all of those that have partnered with us in the past and we look forward to your on-going support in the future.

- Lori Baker, Board President


OUR GOALS

We provide resources to help build, expand, and sustain our county parks by:

Expand the land holdings of Kent County Parks (reach 7,500 acres by 2014).

Promote & encourage use of Kent County Parks.




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THANK YOU FOR CARING AND THANK YOU FOR SHARING

Your involvement is essential to help our parks continue to thrive and fulfill communities’ recreational needs.
You contributions help to:

  • expand and improve park land
  • reclaim over-used land
  • preserve public open spaces and the beauty of natural landscapes
  • preserve wildlife habitat
  • provide environmental programs
  • provide diverse, outdoor opportunities for recreation throughout Kent County