Or you can mail your check to:
Your Palisades Park Improvement Corporation
732 Patterson Place, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
Your generous donation is tax deductible! We’re a 501 (c3); checks or donations can be made to Your Palisades Park Improvement Corporation (a California nonprofit public benefit corporation). EIN 32-0465792
Naming rights are secured by the American Legion Post 283 of Pacific Palisades, generously offering a $400,000 Matching Grant challenge.
They are the primary sponsor, with naming rights of “Veterans’ Gardens.”
In addition to the impressive flagpole monument at its entrance, the Veterans’ Gardens will feature five picnic venues (or “living rooms in the park”) each of which will honor one of our military branches.
The flagpole monument is the centerpiece of our Veterans’ Gardens!
It will rise above the park (with a fabulous base) that celebrates the story of our veterans and of our unique community family.
Naming rights have been secured by Tina and Rick Caruso through their generous donation.
One of the three bocce courts will be named in your honor. “Chandler Family Court.” “Thomas Delaney Court.” Could be a group of families. Could be a local business.
A 11×17 plaque at each court will tell an inspiring story about the court honoree. Also, a full-page story on the Veterans’ Gardens’ website…
There will be five unique picnic alcoves in Veterans’ Gardens — each a distinct “living room in the park” that will commemorate one of the branches of our military service.
Do you have a parent or child or other loved one whose service you wish to honor?
Consider sponsoring the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force or the Coast Guard “Room.” Each one will be the home to a commemorative celebrating those who defend our country.
As the sponsor, you or your loved one will be prominently celebrated on the commemorative that will define the picnic area you have chosen to underwrite.
Donors will also have a separate page on the website celebrating the life story of the person they have chosen to honor as well as recognizing you on the Donor Wall.
Naming rights for one of the 5 rooms, the Air Force Room, has been secured by Carey and Mike Skinner (honoring Mike’s father, a member of the Army Air Corps).