How You Can Help

How You Can Help

The FRPA Foundation supports the professional development and education of leisure professionals, students and citizen advocates. Your donation, either through a direct gift or the donation or bidding of an auction item, helps the Foundation achieve this goal.


Donations are received throughout the year to help fund different leadership and educational opportunities. The Donor Program Levels are listed below.

Navel                                  $1-99
Valencia                             $100-249
Tangelo                              $250-499
Bird of Paradise                $500-999
Orchid                          $1,000-1,999
Gardenia                      $2,000-2,999
Azalea                          $3,000-3,999
Oleander                      $4,000-4,999
Washington Palm       $5,000-9,999
Royal Palm              $10,000-19,999
Coconut Palm         $20,000-29,999
Sabal Palm              $30,000-49,999

Click to make an Online Donation or download the Donation Form for more information or to make your contribution.


Donate Your Birthday


Donate your birthday on Facebook so that your friends can give to the FRPA Foundation for your birthday!


Legacy Program


Create a legacy of support to the FRPA Foundation with a planned gift. When you make a planned gift to the Foundation you have the satisfaction of knowing your gift will help further the work of Park and Recreation professionals throughout the state. For more information on planned giving and bequests, please contact the FRPA Executive Office or go to the Legacy Program page. Gift and fund acceptance policies are available upon request.

Silent Auction 


The FRPA Silent Auction takes place in August on Facebook through the FRPA Foundation Facebook page.


United Way     

Write in "Florida Recreation and Park Association Foundation" on your United Way annual campaign forms to ensure the Foundation will benefit from your giving!



You can also volunteer by joining a Foundation Subcommittee or helping at Conference and Statewide Workshops.

Participation is the Key to Success.