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Year established: 1977
Number of full-time employees: 11
Number of part-time employees: 20
Annual revenue: $2.9 million
Geographic service area: Westchester County
TOP FUNDING SOURCES:
“Parks are here for you. Parks are where we make our most cherished memories and where we go to gather as a community. Join us to #StandUpForParks.”
— Joe Stout, Executive Director
To engage the public to advocate for and invest in the preservation, conservation, use, and enjoyment of the 18,000 acres of Westchester County Parks.
HOW WE MAKE AN IMPACT
Without the action of the Westchester Parks Foundation, beloved community programs would disappear, and a strong, independent advocate for parks would be silenced. Children would not gather at a camp to call their own, volunteers would be immobilized, and a dedicated investment in the future of our park system would cease.
Westchester Parks Foundation seeks to preserve our precious parks, one of Westchester’s most valuable assets, for future generations.
You can make a difference for the parks and trails that you love! Westchester County’s 50+ parks, trails, and open spaces give so much. Your donation allows us to continue to invest in parks and programs such as Camp Morty, Volunteers, and the park enhancements and improvements that keep our parks beautiful and open for all to enjoy.
Since 2015, over 19,000 members of the community have contributed over 59,000 hours of service to Westchester’s incomparable parks. Our volunteers include companies interested in a team building activity, or anyone looking to put their skills to good use to help out at your favorite county parks! There are opportunities available year-round!
Chair: Seth Mandelbaum, Managing Partner, McCullough, Goldberger and Staudt, LLP
Vice-Chair: Jane Solnick, Director of Public Affairs, Con Edison
Treasurer: Mark S. Tulis, Tulis Wilkes Huff & Geiger LLP
Secretary: John Kirkpatrick, Kirkpatrick Law, LLC
Joseph V. Apicella
Marc J. Berman
Keith R. Betensky
Herman Geist, Life Trustee
Thomas R. Heaslip, Jr
Martin A. Kamarck
Carolyn Curtis Moriarty
J. Henry Neale, Jr.
Shirley A. Phillips, Life Trustee
Michael N. Romita
John P. Sullivan
Kathleen O’Connor, Commissioner, Westchester County Department of Parks, Recreation & Conservation
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