Vision and Mission

Ways to Give

Naming Opportunities

Board of Trustees

WAYS TO GIVE

Highlands Play Area Naming Opportunity

A variety of opportunities are available to support the funding of this project. Naming rights of park amenities such as benches, landscape features and play structures are available as are tiles available for painting, to be featured throughout the playground. Read More

Highlands Park Art Tiles

Create your own art tile! For a nominal donation, your art will be added to the seating area at the new Highland Parks playground. This is a great gift idea and fun for families to create a tile together.
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Laurel Street Park Bricks

This is a brick with a brass nameplate inset on the back. The bricks will be laid in the paving of the park, leaving a message for history and help fund the Downtown Park.
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Burton Park Art Tiles

Create your own art tile! For a nominal donation, your art will be added to the seating area at the Bocce Courts. Another opportunity for family collaboration.
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One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.

-William Shakespeare

Support San Carlos Parks

Your generosity ensures San Carlos’ 14 parks continue to thrive and continue to add to our community’s quality of life. You also help to ensure that parks and recreation scholarships and programs remain well funded. Read More

WAYS TO GIVE

The Parks and Recreation Foundation is made up of a board membership of 11 San Carlos citizens, all of whom donate their time to ensure the vitality of all 14 San Carlos parks & park programs. This includes implementing annual community fundraising events like the Symphony at Sunset, Bocce Ball tournaments, Ferris Wheel’s, soliciting naming opportunities on Park features like benches, trees and wall tiles, to garnering the generous cash donations of citizens & local businesses.

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“When deciding which organization we should give some of our annual budget of donations to, we choose the San Carlos Parks and Recreation Foundation because it adds value to our community.”

Jason Mansfield—Donor, San Carlos