Help us raise money by supporting one of the activities below. Fundraisers are ongoing and we invite you to be a part of improving recreational areas for our community's children.
Urban Reforestation Fund
Purchase a park bench in the name of your business or organization, to commemorate the memory or honor of a loved one, or to help beautify our community parks. $599 per bench includes the bench, placard and installation.
Download the order form.
The 8th Annual Golf Tournament will be held on Friday, September 21, 2012 at Red Wing Lake Golf Course in Virginia Beach. Four person Florida Best Ball – Shotgun Start at 9:00 am. $75 per person includes use of the driving range, beverages all day, lunch, and prizes. Mixed foursomes are welcome. Register today!
Through this unique program, your civic league, local business, or organization can partner with the Foundation to improve a City-owned park. Your project's donors receive charitable gift receipts through the Virginia Beach Parks and Recreation Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. It's a win-win! You help to raise the funds, the Foundation establishes a specific account for receiving and holding donations for the project, and your favorite park is improved. Download the order form to get started.
We welcome the donation of used cell phones, computer ink and laser cartridges in donation receptacles located inside the Bayside, Bow Creek, Princess Anne, Kempsville and Great Neck Recreation Centers. Your donation is an environmentally sound way to dispose of these surplus items, and the proceeds help the Foundation fund grants for Parks & Recreation support.
Purchase a tree in the name of your business or organization, to commemorate the memory or honor of a loved one, or to help beautify our parks. $299 per tree includes the tree, planting, and plaque.
Download the order form.
The Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation Foundation has created an Urban Reforestation Fund as an opportunity for citizens to contribute money to address the general loss of trees in our community. Donations will be used to replace trees that have been lost throughout the City due to disease, storms or development. In early spring of each year, the VBP&R Foundation will provide 100% of the funds collected throughout the year to the Landscape Management Division for site selection, specimen recommendation, purchase and installation of the new trees.