Organization Details
Zionsville Parks Foundation
Zionsville Parks Foundation

The Zionsville Parks Foundation is 501(c)3 nonprofit and was established in 2020 to support the public in preserving, enhancing, and growing green spaces in one of Indiana’s most beautiful towns. As Zionsville grows at an unprecedented pace, the Zionsville Parks Foundation ensures this special community maintains the qualities that make it such an appealing place to live and recreate. Besides great schools, Zionsville residents have expressed their appreciation and strong desire for parks and green space in our area. Zionsville Parks Foundation serves as an important link with our Zionsville neighbors to understand the community’s needs and desires for places to hike, bike, recharge and stay connected with the out-of-doors. Open space is disappearing quickly and the time to act is now to ensure Zionsville moves into the future with thriving parks and natural places.

Zionsville Parks Foundation Opportunities
Donate to Zionsville Parks Foundation Scholarships

9/29/22 +
Flexible

The Zionsville Parks Foundation recognizes that quality summer camp programs are important to your family health and strive to ensure every Zionsville child has an opportunity to attend. The Foundation offers financial assistance to residents who may face financial hardship in paying camp registration fees through the Zionsville Parks Foundation Scholarship Program. A limited number of scholarship funds are available for those who qualify.

Board and committee volunteers

9/29/22 +
Flexible

As a high energy non-profit parks foundation in our second year of existence, we want to spread the word that we welcome volunteers who might be interested in working with our board on projects ranging from marketing and PR, fund raising, finance to hands on volunteer opportunities with the Zionsville parks. We will be working with the town of Zionsville to make the Carpenter Nature Preserve a future part of the park system and creating new nature opportunities such as a nature center and outdoor classrooms.

Volunteer