Become a Friend of Legacy Parks!
You can help conserve our natural resources, create public places and connect communities by becoming a Friend of Legacy Parks!
Your donation directly funds our work to preserve our area’s extraordinary natural resources, expand parks, create trails and connect greenways, preserve our shorelines and increase access to our rivers. Your generosity will make a difference in our community by allowing us to continue our work. We hope you will consider becoming a Friend of Legacy Parks today!
For your convenience, we now offer automatic annual or monthly payment options.
Being a Friend has benefits! You will receive 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).
Join these Friends of Legacy Parks!
Tim Evans, Anna & Tom Ford, Deanna & Tim Hill, Home Federal Bank, Audrine Honey, LeeAnne & Doug Smith, Karen & Richard Smith, Richard Stair
Victor Ashe, Tom Benton, Sandi Burdick, Ed Campbell, Ashley Capps & Dr. Maria Clark, Madge Cleveland, Kim & Greg Gheen, Crissy & Bill Haslam, Jenny Hines, Joe Hollingsworth, Marv House, Phillip Lawson, John Meadows, Sharon & Joe Pryse, Gordon Thomas, John Z.C. Thomas, Sandi Wilson
Kathleen & Paul Ambrose, John Burkhart & Laura Powers, Howard Capito, Bart Carey, Nicki & Brad Collett, Mindy & Tom Coulter, Jenny Eversole, Pam Fansler, Kimberly & Thomas Ford, Tom Hannon, Adrian & Larsen Jay, Leanne Kersey, Amy Machtay, Catherine & Mark Mamantov, Sandy & David Martin, Carol & Don Parnell, Dennis Ragsdale, Will Skelton, George Wallace, WBIR, Annette & Barry Winston
Susan Arp, Angela & Doug Bataille, John Becker, Bill Bruce, Gayle Burnett, Jeff Cooper, Evelyn & Robert Davis, Dean Farmer, Terry & Charlie Faulkner, Deborah & Steve Fritts, Marguerite & Randal Graham, Ashlea & Gerald Green, Marsha & Duane Grieve, Joanne Logan, Deborah Lutz, Maureen & John Patteson, Nelson Pratt, Bob Richards, Willa & David Reister, Leo Riedinger, Ruth & Ken Rueter, Finbarr Saunders, Jennifer Schroeder, Alan Solomon, Marshall Stair, Sue & John Stuhl, Amy Styles, Karen Sundback and John Owens, Laura Tappan, Jo & Bill Terry, Tom Weiss, Linda & Jeff Welch, Jessyca & Greg Williams, Susan Williams, Kathleen Wright
Fred Anderson, Adam Arnold, David Atkins, Thomas Ballard, Hal Bibee, Christine Boake, Linda & H.T. Bolen, Daniel Boles, Gena Bozeman, Linda & Charlie Bozeman, Cardin Bradley, Tezel Brown, Gordon Burghardt, Chris Cannon, Tiffany Carpenter, Matthew Castle, Alan & Nancy Cheatham, Betsy Child, Maureen & Vince Cianciolo, Paul Cianciolo, Thomas Coburn, Doug Colclasure, Dave Collins, Katharine Pearson Criss, Joan Cronan, Lauren Cunningham, Mary Fran Darwin, Wayne Davis, Robert Denovo, Vick Dyer, Diane Edwards, Carole & Ronald Englert, George Ewart, Carolyn Fairbank, Terry & Charlie Faulkner, Lynn Faust, Sue & Neil Fischer, Lara Fleming, J Mark Fly, Foothills Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine, Michael Fowler, Bruce Fox, Linda Frazier, Louise Frazier, Kim Friar, Jean Gauger & Hiram Rogers, Kathleen & Joe Gibi, Matt Googe, Gayden Green, Paul Green, Kristin Lee Grove, Dorothy & John Habel, Keith Hagedorn, Beth & Mike Hamil, Christine Hamilton, Becky Hancock, Happy Hikers, Hatcher-Hill Properties, Kelly Headden, Cameron & Brock Hill, Janie & Robert Hill, Barbara Hillard, Lila Honaker, Nikki & Chris Hood, Susan & Dennis Hunter, Ricky Jackson, Kim Janoyan, Tonjanita Johnson, Debbie Jones, Patricia Jones, Roger Kane, Erin Kelbly, Kaye Kilgore, Carlene & Mike LeCompte, Teresa & Robert Levey, Lynne Liddington, Beth & John Long, Susan & David Long, Linda Martin, Bill Mason, Callie Massey, Becky & Morton Massey, Nick Maute, Pamela McClain, Steve McGaffin, Patrick McMahon, Karly McMurry, Nancy Michaels, Virginia & William Morrow, J.D. Murr, Lyn Overholt, Mike Parish, Dimpal Patel, Cecilia Peterson, Karen Pryor, Bill Reeves, Amy Richardson, Sara Rose, Allison & Grant Rosenberg, Charlotte & Tommy Schumpert, Alan Shipley, Pamela Shirley, Pamela Sidman & Kelly Sahner, Alan Solomon, Cindy Spangler, Brent Starling, Kevin Sukanek, Manisha & Sanjay Thakur, The RoundUp Restaurant, Robert Threlkeld, Janice & Scott Tocher, Pamela Treacy, Kim Trent, Chris Trump, John Tullock, Tamara Warner, Martha Weeks, Susanne White, Paul Willson, Dara Worrell
Affinity Partners support Legacy Parks Foundation by assisting with our work to raise funds and acquire land to expand parks, trails, greenways, water access and open space in East Tennessee. An Affinity Partner commits to donating a minimum of $1,000 in goods, services or funds annually and promoting their partnership with Legacy Parks in their ongoing communications to their clients and customers. Your organization will receive the following benefits for your support:
- Logo featured on www.legacyparks.org with a link to your website
- A business profile in one of our monthly e-newsletters as our Featured Affinity Partner
- A digital and print marketing kit to help you promote your partnership with Legacy Parks
- Opportunities to participate in special promotions that encourage business for you while supporting Legacy Parks
- Advanced notice and invitation to Legacy Parks events
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.
Many thanks to our 2019 Affinity Partners:
Aubrey’s Restaurants, Bailey & Co. Real Estate, Bijou Theatre, Bike the Smokies, Blackhorse Brewery, Chota Canoe Club, Central Flats & Taps, Cool Beans, Eagle Distributing, Earthadelic, Foundation Mortgage, Holly’s Gourmets Market, Knoxville Track Club, National Land Realty, Realty Trust Group, REI, Runners Market, SoKno Taco Cantina, The Tomato Head, Tupelo Honey Cafe, UBS Financial Services, UT Federal Credit Union, Vick Dyer Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, Realtors, West Hills Flats & Taps
Friend of Friend Partnerships
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
Many thanks to our 2019 Friend of Friends 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, Vienna Coffee, Visit Knoxville, West Hills Flats & Taps
Gifts of Land/Easements
A donation of land or easement helps expand our parks, preserve our green space and create more recreational opportunities to be enjoyed for generations to come.
Gifts of Land
Legacy Parks Foundation works to enrich and enhance community health and livability by improving, preserving, maintaining and creating access to natural assets and recreational opportunities in Knox County and the East Tennessee region.
The donation of land to the Foundation helps us accomplish these goals while meeting the needs and wishes of landowners. There may be tax benefits associated with a donation of property to the Foundation.
A trail easement is a legal agreement with Legacy Parks Foundation and a private landowner that permits construction of a public trail on private property in return for release from liability or maintenance of the trail. Legacy Parks secures and maintain trail easements with private landowners to facilitate trail development and trail connections with existing trails.
There may be tax benefits associated with a donation of a trail easement to the Foundation.
A conservation easement is a legally binding agreement that limits certain types of uses or prevents development from taking place on the land in perpetuity while the land remains in private hands.
Conservation easements protect land for future generations while allowing owners to retain many private property rights and to live on and use their land. There may be tax benefits associated with a conservation easement donated to the Foundation.
To discuss gifts of land or easements please contact Carol Evans at (865) 525-2585 or email@example.com
Through Planned Giving, you have the opportunity to leave a legacy. Your gift will play a strong role in ensuring our area’s extraordinary natural resources and exceptional recreational opportunities can be enjoyed by generations to come.
For more information on donor advised funds, bequests, trusts and planned gifts, please contact Carol Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org.