Palatine Park Foundation

What We Do

It shall be the mission of the Palatine Park Foundation to contribute to the health and well-being of Palatine Park District residents by providing scholarship opportunities to residents with financial limitations, by assisting in funding Park District capital projects, by funding projects and events that provide physical accessibility to all, and to preserve open space throughout the Park District.

Ways to Give Back to Palatine Park Foundation

Bequest, Wills, Trusts, and Estates

Whether giving today, in memoriam or sometime in the future, leaving a true legacy is about giving back to others to enjoy the fruits of life that you have been able to enjoy! A bequest is a meaningful way to make a lasting gift and leave a positive and true legacy. The Palatine Park Foundation is a great avenue to make this legacy a reality through various means of pledging current or future assets through your will, estate, securities, real estate or retirement assets. If you would like to discuss a gift or bequest for a specific purpose we would be happy to speak with you.

For more information please call 847-496-6236 or email us and also consult with your financial adviser or legal counsel so your idea of a gift can provide the fullest value and related tax implications possible by law.

Employer Matching

Stretch and increase your donation dollars and impact by donating through a matching gift program where you work. Consult with your employer or contact the Foundation.

Social Media

Organize a Fundraiser on Facebook

Create a fundraiser for Palatine Park Foundation on Facebook and share it with supporters to encourage them to help you raise money for the organization. As the organizer, you can establish the fundraising goal, length of campaign, and a personalized wall message.

Living Tributes

The Palatine Park Foundation and Palatine Park District are revising the Living Tribute Program. No new tribute requests are available at this time. Updated program information will be released after March 1, 2024.

Please email muriostegui@palatineparks.org with any questions