Our Partners

Our entire community has the following corporate sponsors to thank for their continued support to provide a “Natural Hendricks County” for all. Because of them, we are able to help Hendricks County Parks and Recreation with major projects that enhance life for all residents. Our next project is the groundbreaking and phase 1 of W.S. Gibbs Park in Washington Township. 

If you would like to learn about becoming a Corporate Partner of the Parks Foundation of Hendricks County, please contact us.

The following corporate partners have provided major support to the Parks Foundation over the years:

Hendricks Regional Health
Hendricks Regional Health is our largest contributor, giving close to $25,000 to the Foundation and our Parks since 2010. The commitment of HRH to our community can be seen throughout Hendricks County. We are grateful to be a recipient of their generosity.
 
 
 
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Banning Engineering has given generously each year to the Parks Foundation through financial donations and in-kind civil engineering services. President of Banning Engineering, Jeff Banning, serves on the Parks Foundation Board of Directors. He also coordinates the annual Parks Foundation fundraiser, Park 2 Park Relay and 5K Run/Walk.
 
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The Hendricks County Flyer is the source for community news in Hendricks County. We are grateful for their in-kind donation of promotion for our events and programs in the Flyer as well as financial gifts to support the Foundation and our Parks.
 
 
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Waste Management became a corporate partner with the Parks Foundation in 2015. With a generous gift and representation of our Board of Directors, Brad Eisenhart, we are looking forward to working together to further the mission of the Foundation: Live, Play, and Preserve.
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Duke Energy has been a valuable partner to our Hendricks County Parks since 2010. Their support can be seen throughout our Parks, most recently Sodalis Nature Park. In April 2015, for Duke Energy in Action for Earth Day, nearly 100 Duke employees assisted removing invasive plant species as well as gave away birdhouses and tree seedlings to the public.