Friends of the Round Lake Area Parks Foundation is dedicated to beautifying the community and improving the quality of life in the Round Lake Area. This is accomplished by funding, promoting, developing and implementing recreational, educational and conservation programs and facilities of the Round Lake Area Park District.
About the Friends of the Round Lake Area Parks Foundation
The Friends of the Round Lake Area Parks Foundation provides residents and businesses the opportunity to join as partners with the Round Lake Area Park District to improve the quality of life in our community.
The Foundation conducts programs and events to raise funds to help offset costs of many projects that may otherwise not be funded. These projects have included playground renovations, Special Olympic sport uniforms, capital building improvements to facilities and summer camp scholarships.
If you are interested in joining the Friends of the Round Lake Area Parks Foundation, please contact the Foundation at email@example.com. More information is also available on their Facebook page, www.facebook.com/FriendsoftheRoundLakeAreaParks.
- Over 500 children have been able to attend summer camp since the Foundation started offering scholarships 12 years ago.
- Special Olympic Uniforms have been purchased for 3 different Special Olympic Teams.
- Two-way mirrors were installed outside the Community Center Dance Studio to allow parents to observe classes.
- New sound and light system was purchased for the Park District Community Theatre.
- Contributed both time and funds toward the renovation of the Hart's Woods Playground.
- Financially supported the GoGirlGo! program that provides health education for young women in 3rd through 8th grade.
- The Foundation has partnered with the Park District in applying for over 10 grants in the past 5 years.
- Contributed funds for the renovation of the shade structure located at the Aquatics Center Concession Stand.
- Contributed funds through the generous support of the Comcast Foundation to renovate a portion of the 2-5 year play area of the Harts Woods Playground.