Donations & Dedications
Donations are important to the vitality of the Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District and its ability to preserve, enhance and strengthen the quality of life within our community. The District depends upon and values the public support it receives from volunteers who regularly give time, money and expertise to the District.
It is important to be reminded just how vital parks, amenities, and open space are to the quality of our lives. Both land and amenities in parks provide a great variety of benefits, and the money spent acquiring and developing these facilities is an investment in our future.
Recognizing the need for continued community support, the Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District gratefully accepts monetary donations, volunteer support and various in-kind donations to improve parks, facilities, and open space.
The District encourages individuals, businesses, and community organizations to participate in enhancing and preserving our parks, programs and facilities. A variety of items are available for sponsorship ranging from benches, trees, trail restoration, park beautification projects and more. If you are wishing to commemorate an anniversary, honor the memory of a loved one, celebrate a new birth, or improve your community, we hope that you will consider one of these valuable options for your contribution and give a lasting gift to the entire community.
Listed below are just a few benefits that our District provides:
- Offers social opportunities to interact with other members of the community.
- Promotes social harmony, and reduces alienation, loneliness and anti-social behaviors.
- Parks increase the beauty of our surroundings and contribute to community pride.
- Enhances the quality of people’s lives.
- Provides opportunities for learning and living a more balanced productive life, play is essential to the human development process.
- Reduces stress and promotes rest and relaxation.
- Improves physical health and well-being by providing opportunities for active and passive recreation.
Protects natural and historical features of the landscape.