There are many ways to support Legacy Parks’ work to conserve our natural resources, create public places, and connect communities in East Tennessee!
Become a Friend!
By giving a donation, you become a Friend of Legacy Parks. Your Friend benefits include recognition for your support, discounts at participating retailers and restaurants, invitations to special events and more!
You may also make a donation in memory or in honor of someone special, as a meaningful way to show care and support. We will send an acknowledgement of your gift to the designated individual or family (your gift amount will not be disclosed).
For more information on bequests, trusts and planned gifts, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Choose your level of support:
Affinity Partners support Legacy Parks by committing a minimum of $1,000 in goods, services or funds annually – and by promoting their partnership with Legacy Parks in ongoing communications to their clients and customers.
To become an Affinity Partner or to discuss ways to maximize your involvement with Legacy Parks Foundation, contact Sarah at 865-525-2585 or email@example.com.
2018 Affinity Partners:
Balter Beerworks, Blackhorse Brewing, Central Flats & Taps, Cool Beans, Eagle Distributing, Earthadelic, Label Industries, Realty Trust Group, REI, SoKno Taco Cantina, The Tomato Head, Tupelo Honey Cafe, UT Federal Credit Union, West Hills Flats & Taps, Zoe’s Kitchen
Friend of a Friend Partnerships
Friend of a Friend Partners are businesses that support Legacy Parks by offering a 15% or more discount to our Friends of Legacy Parks, and promote the partnership through communications and advertisements.
2018 Friend of a Friend Partners:
3 Rivers Angler, Bearden Bike & Trail, Bike n Tri, Billy Lush Board Shop, Cedar Bluff Cycles, Central Flats & Taps, Cool Beans Bar and Grill, Eddie’s Health Shoppe, Foothills Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine, Fountain City Pedaler, Harper’s Bike Shop, Mast General Store, Runner’s Market, SoKno Taco Cantina, Stanley’s Greenhouses and Plant Farm, Tennessee Valley Bikes, UT Federal Credit Union, Visit Knoxville, West Hills Flats & Taps
Gifts of Land/Easements
A donation of land or establishment of an easement allows Legacy Parks to help expand our parks, preserve our green space and create more recreational opportunities to be enjoyed for generations to come.
For inquiries about land donations, please contact Carol Evans at 865.525.2585 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Join these Friends of Legacy Parks in support our parks, trails, and waterways!
Tom Benton, Thomas & Anna Ford, Doug & Lee Anne Smith, Karen Smith, Texas Instruments Foundation
Jill Crawford, Bill & Chrissy Haslam
Philip Campbell, Brad Collett, Tom & Mindy Coulter, Mary Read English, Bruce Evans, Duane Grieve, Tom Hannon, Marvin & Mary Jane House, David & Sandy Martin, Finbarr Saunders, Larry & Sharon Smith, George Wallace, Wayne & Connie Whitehead
John Becker, Mark Campen, Mary Cartwright, Briton & Lindsey Collins, Jeff Cooper, Laura Duncan, Bruce Evans, Bill Jacobs, Mark & Catherine Mamantov, Martha Olson, Ben & Sara Pinnell, Will Skelton, Marshall Stair, Stanley’s Plant Farm, Karen Sundback, Greg & Patti Swersky, Tom Weiss, Gregory Williams, Susan Williams, John Van Dyke
Susan Arp, Greg Barnett, Dianne Blane, Linda Bolen, Howard Capito, Scott Carpenter, Maureen Cianciolo, Vincent Cianciolo, Charlie Cianciolo, Doug Colclasure, Caroline Cooley, Thomas & Marleen Davis, John Duffy, Diane Edwards, Ronald Englert, Charlie & Terry Faulkner, Gary & Mary Dianne Forry, Bruce Fox, Randal & Marguerite Graham, Gerald Green, Keith Hagedorn, Christine Hamilton, Rebecca Hancock, Robert & Janie Hill, Happy Hikers, Patricia Jones, Michael & Sarah Kane, Mike & Carlene LeCompte, John Long, William Morrow, Kevin Murphy, Ellen Oblow, John Patteson, Dennis Ragsdale, Judith Rosenburg, Joel Stefanini, John & Sue Stuhl, Janice and Scott Tocher, Jack & Sharon Whitehead