Hancock Parks Foundation

Annual "Give a Gift of Nature" Campaign
The Annual "Give a Gift of Nature" Campaign raises funds for:

  • Environmental Education, Living History, and Outdoor Recreation Programs
  • Park Development, Trails, Facility Improvements, and Site Amenities
  • Park Entrance Signs, Interpretive Signs, and Educational Exhibits
  • Trees, Wetlands, and Native Grassland Habitat, and Gardens
  • Building Improvements, Furnishings, and Operations
  • Unrestricted Uses
 

About the Hancock Parks Foundation 

The Hancock Parks Foundation was created in 1989 by community leaders who believed the park system, as an important public trust, should have financial help beyond tax levies approved by citizens of Hancock County. As an Ohio not-for-profit corporation, the Hancock Parks Foundation is governed by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501 (c) (3) tax exempt charitable organization. All donations are tax deductible.
 
The BOARD OF TRUSTEES strives to raise funds as part of its Annual “Give a Gift of Nature” Campaign aimed at supplementing the Hancock Park District’s budget in an effort to advance and improve parks, programs, and services. A GIFT CATALOG has been established to directly benefit the Hancock Park District and other organizations that agree to utilize financial aid and support exclusively for parks and recreation in Hancock County. It affords the Hancock Park District the opportunity to facilitate your quest for an enriched quality of life.
 
While many gifts to the Hancock Parks Foundation are in the form of cash, other giving opportunities include restricted or unrestricted bequests from charitable remainder trusts, wills, and estate planning that can benefit the donor and the community.
 
Monetary donations can be made by making a check payable to the Hancock Parks Foundation and sending it to:
 
HANCOCK PARKS FOUNDATION
C/o Hancock Park District
1424 East Main Cross Street
Findlay, Ohio 45840
 
 
 
 

Other Ways to Give

 
The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation improves the quality of life in Hancock County through collaborative leadership, responsible grant making, and the development of philanthropic giving. The Hancock Parks Foundation Board of Trustees serves as an advisor for two endowment funds managed by The Community Foundation:
 
  • HANCOCK PARKS ENDOWMENT FUND
    This fund was established in 1999 by the Hancock Parks Foundation to support the Hancock Parks Foundation to support the Hancock Park District and other qualified organizations providing parks and recreation activities.
  • HANCOCK PARKS BICYCLING FUND
    This fund was established in 2006 to support the construction and maintenance of bicycle trails in Hancock
    County, bicycle safety classes, and bicycle recreation programs as determined by the Hancock Parks Foundation.
 
THE FINDLAY-HANCOCK COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
101 West Sandusky Street, Suite 207
Findlay, Ohio 45840
(419) 425-1100
 

HANCOCK PARKS FOUNDATION BROCHURE
HANCOCK PARKS FOUNDATION GIFT CATALOG

Hancock Parks Foundation

HANCOCK PARK DISTRICT OFFICE
1424 East Main Cross Street
Findlay, OH 45840
419-425-PARK/7275
hpdparks@hancockparks.com

Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am - 4:30pm