The Mason Parks & Recreation Foundation’s goal of preserving Mason’s livability and character by ensuring that your donations support our community’s parks, places, and programs can only happen through the involvement of our community members.
When you donate to the Mason Parks & Recreation Foundation, you have the option to direct your donation to a specific project or the general fund. All donations are tax deductible.
Current projects include
- A Matter of 50 Meters
- Adaptive Ball Fields at Makino Park
- Common Ground Playground at Makino Park - Ongoing Opportunities
- Mason Parks Foundation General Fund
- Recreation Scholarships
Thank you for caring enough to make a difference!
Donating Made Easy
The Mason Parks & Recreation Foundation has a number of ways you can help to make the City of Mason’s parks and recreation programs even better. Donations in any amount are greatly appreciated.
We encourage you to check with your company's HR department about corporate matching program opportunities that could potentially double your donation.
By Credit Card or Pay Pal
The Mason Parks & Recreation Foundation accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, or PayPal. Your donation can be a one-time or monthly donation.
Please make your check payable to Mason Parks & Recreation Foundation and send to:
Mason Parks & Recreation Foundation
6000 Mason-Montgomery Road
Mason, OH 45040
Please note in the memo line if where you would like you’re donation to go. If it is left blank, it will go to the general fund.
If you would be interested in contributing stock, please contact Mason Parks & Recreation Board Foundation President at email@example.com
A Matter of 50 Meters
Click below to make a donation.
Adaptive Ball Fields at Makino Park Sponsorships
If you are interested in a Corporate Sponsorship or naming rights at the Adaptive Ball Fields at Makino Park, please contact Chief Ron Ferrell at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have questions about making a donation or volunteering, call 513-260-6970 and leave a message for Foundation President Rachel Kopfler or contact us.