The Madison Parks Foundation is proud to be the recipient of a $25,000 grant for fully accessible playgrounds in our Madison Parks. Thank you Capital Times Evjue Foundation!
We are proud to be doing great work for our Madison Parks! In the upcoming year, we will celebrate 125 years of Madison Parks and we are excited to work towards our 2019 initiatives – adding 4 new fully-accessible playgrounds and expanding our programming in our parks, like the Learn to Series. With only a 2 % administrative fee, the Madison Parks Foundation stewards all donations to their greatest capacity.
Please consider a gift the Madison Parks Foundation.
Big news! After fifteen years, we’re releasing an updated brand identity, which includes a new logo, colors, and font. You’ll see the new look on our website, Facebook, and Twitter; and very soon you’ll see it at our events and on our print materials. We believe the new look better matches who we are as an organization – the non-profit partner of Madison Parks. We help our community conserve, promote and enhance our parks.
In the last few years we’ve changed quite a lot:
Thank you Madison Festivals for your amazing support of the Madison Parks Foundation and our 276 Madison Parks! With this gift we will be able to continue our mission to conserve, promote and enhance our parks. Pictured left to right: Ty Beck, MPF Board Vice President, Maureen Lokrantz, MPF Board President and Rita Kelliher, President of Madison Festivals.Photo taken on the shores of Olbrich Park – location of the next Picnic in the Park event on October 13, 2018.