Sponsorship and Donations

Sponsorship and Donations

Advertising and Sponsorship

Thanks to the generosity of local businesses, organizations, individuals, and families, the Park Ridge Park District is able to improve and expand services in ways that, otherwise, would not be possible.

Sponsorship is important to the Park District. By partnering with local businesses, organizations, and individuals, we can build strong community relationships resulting in more opportunities to serve our participants and enhance experiences that last a lifetime.

Advertising and Sponsorship

Why Partner With Us?

Promote Your Business

Over 3,500 programs attract thousands of participants each year from Park Ridge and the surrounding communities. In 2023, the Park District served 40,301 individual program registrants, and 380,311 daily visitors to our facilities. This does not include the thousands of visitors to our parks and playgrounds throughout the year.

Publicize Your Business

  • Seasonal brochure distributed electronically quarterly to 15,000+ active contacts
  • Website 20,000 unique website visitors per month
  • 15,000 general email subscribers
  • 5,400+ Facebook followers
  • 2,500+ Instagram followers

Increase Image and Visibility

  • Showcase your goods & services
  • Build goodwill among your client base

Current Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsorship Packet

Make a difference and become part of the Park Ridge Park District’s sponsorship family to help us celebrate fun!

2024 Opportunities

Have Questions?

To learn more about our sponsorship opportunities, contact Margaret Holler, Marketing & Public Relations Director.

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Through the Park Ridge Friends of the Parks, the Park District accepts and appreciates donations — either cash or in-kind — from businesses, organizations, individuals, and families.

While thoughtfully planning your finances and estate, individuals and families are also asked to consider a gift to benefit the Park District — such as a bequest, matching gift, or gift of appreciated property.

To learn more, please visit the Park Ridge Friends of the Parks website or contact Margaret Holler at mholler@prparks.org.