Corporate and Foundation Giving

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Discover how your corporation or foundation can support the Minneapolis Parks Foundation.

The Minneapolis Parks Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c) (3) organization. In our goal to transform lives through access to parks and public spaces, we rely on support from both individuals as well as corporate and foundation giving.

General Operating and Project Support

The Minneapolis Parks Foundation brings together experts and community leaders focused on generating the very best ideas that will help Minneapolis become the healthiest, most equitable climate-resilient city in the 21st Century. It’s a bold vision and general operating and project support is critical to our success.

Since 2003, the Parks Foundation has raised millions in private contributions toward park improvements and programs that touch nearly every resident of the city. Without question, parks are one of our region’s most vital assets.

There are many opportunities for supporting the parks including RiverFirst project specific support. We also welcome general operating gifts that support the entire park system. These gifts

Sponsorship Opportunities

Opportunities to support Minneapolis Parks Foundation events include sponsoring one of our Next Generation of Parks lectures or our annual Sunrise on the Mississippi.

Next Generation of Parks Sponsorship Material
Sunrise on the Mississippi (2020) Sponsorship Material


If you are looking for more information please be in touch; we would love to hear from you. Please contact:

Jennifer Downham
Chief Development Officer
612.822.3401
JDownham@MplsParksFoundation.org

The Minneapolis Parks Foundation transforms human lives through parks and public spaces by aligning philanthropic investment and community vision. We are an independent, donor-supported nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that believes parks have the power to connect us, heal us, and make us whole.

YOUR DONATION helps ensure the parks in our city remain accessible, equitable and serving everyone.