Louisville Parks Foundation seeks community input in 2020 survey

January 16, 2020

Feedback will help determine future park projects for the nonprofit


Louisville Parks Foundation is currently gathering community input with its annual survey. From now through Monday, January 27 people are encouraged to take the 3-minute survey to help prioritize fundraising efforts and help guide organizational decision-making. 

Information provided will inform funding and project focus for the coming years. Those who participate will also be entered into a drawing for a Louisville Jack O' Lantern Spectacular Prize Package, including 4 tickets and various event merchandise.

“Getting feedback and opinions from the public is very important to our organization,” said Brooke Pardue, CEO of the Louisville Parks Foundation. “We use this data each year during our budgeting and strategic planning process. It is critical for us to hear from a geographically, racially, and economically diverse population about what they want to see in our public parks, so we work very hard to disseminate the survey widely.” 

The Louisville Parks Foundation Community Survey can be found on the website at, https://www.lpfky.org/get-involved.

 

About the Louisville Parks Foundation:
The Louisville Parks Foundation (LPF)’s mission is to inspire donors to invest in our 120+ public parks and recreational facilities – for present and future generations. LPF was formed as a non-profit in December 2005 to support parks and community programs not funded by other local non-profits. In 2013, the Louisville Jack O’Lantern Spectacular opened and the producers of the show partnered with the Louisville Parks Foundation, which became the recipient of the proceeds. Since then, the Foundation has completed major projects in California, Lannan, and Russell Lee parks, installed a 5-a-side turf soccer field at Beechmont, an 8-a-side turf soccer field at William Harrison, three 5-a-side turf fields in Wyandotte, and built the first “Skate Spot” in the Midwest at Breslin Park. For more information, visit www.lpfky.org.