Why an endowment fund?

By creating an endowment fund, we hope to build a support system for the parks and recreation needs of Fircrest residents for generations to come. With the help of our fiscal partner, the Greater Tacoma Community Foundation, our investments will grow over time. 

We expect to begin awarding grants in 2022. 

2020 FPRF ENDOWMENT FOUNDING DONORS

Bob and Katie Anderson
Charles and Matt Bahr
The Barrentine Family
Becker Family Trust
Betzendorfer and Becker Family
Richard and Nelwyn Brady
Matt and Jenn Brenner
John, Dana, Sarah, and Alyssa Cheesman
Arthur Clark
Pam and Peter Comfort
Jason and Becky Culver
Clare and Richard S. DeVine
Nancy Eaton
Jeff Edwards
William and Joyce Edwards Foundation
Sarah Faker
The Felt Family
Diane and Doug Forsberg
Tim Foss
Vern and Kathleen Harkins
Joe and Mary Harrison

Rachel Hart
The Hersey Family
David and Melissa Holcombe
Andrew and Liz Imholt
Bertil and Nancy Johnson
Paul Kelsay and Marc Rieke
Alexander J. Koerger
The Kremer-McCarthy Family
Paula Larkin Family
Terry Larsen
A.J. and Charlene Laymon
Sue and Rick Little
Lloyd Silver Estate
Barbara Madsen

Brian and Parisa McPhee
The Medley Maxey Family
The Names Foundation
Evan Lee and Cindy Neubauer
David, Beth and Amy Nichols
Kevin and Donna O'Connor
James and Kristen Orlando
Mark and Elaine Overfield
Katherine Owens

Joanne and Kevin Williams

Chris and Dave Parent
Bill and Judy Parretta
The Patjens Family
Poor Richards Auctions
Noah and Rick Price
Shannon Reynolds and Corbin Edwards
The Rider Family
Bart and Penny Rohrs
Robert Slingl and Family
Leonard and Ann Smith
TCC Foundation
Transitions Estate Sales
Blake Surina
Lynne and Mike Turner
David M. Viafore
John and Myrna Weber Family
Patrick and Sarah Weber
Frank and Karen White
John, Renee and Hanna White
Widmeyer Family
Bobby and Renee Wirth

 

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  • We want to build an endowment to help support Fircrest parks and recreational programming forever.

  • There is value in sustainable long-term funding that is detached from the city's budgeting process.

  • Fircrest parks and recreational programming are core community assets that should be enhanced for future generations.

About Our Financial Partner:

Greater Tacoma Community Foundation

950 Pacific Avenue Ste 1100

Tacoma, WA 98402

253.383.5622  |  www.gtcf.org

Greater Tacoma Community Foundation has been working with local organizations to help grow stronger communities since 1981.

All contributions are tax-deductible as allowed by law. Greater Tacoma Community Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in Tacoma, WA, tax identification #91-1007459. 

 

Additional information is available by calling the Charities Program at 800-332-4483 or visiting www.sos.wa.gov/charities