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Pride in Perinton  

The Perinton Pride Fund Giving Guide
- in conjunction with Rochester Area
Community Foundation

The Perinton Pride Fund: What is it?

Established in 2000, the Perinton Pride Fund is an endowment fund administered by Rochester Area Community Foundation. The fund's purpose is to improve the quality of life in Perinton and the community assets we enjoy for future generations.


How do I donate?

Donations may be made directly to the Perinton Pride Fund and sent to the Perinton Recreation and Parks Department. You will receive a written acknowledgement for your gift from the Rochester Area Community Foundation. Donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.

 

Click Here for a Printable Donation Form

Click Here to Donate Online through the RACF Website

The link above will link you directly with the Rochester Area Community Foundation website's donation page. Please click on the first drop down box and select "Another project, fund or issue." Please complete all requested information and list the Perinton Pride Fund in the Special instructions box at the end of the donations page.


What is the Community Foundation?

Founded in 1972, the Rochester Area Community Foundation is one of more than 850 community Foundations in the country. A permanent community endowment, your community foundation has been built up over the years by gifts and bequests from individuals, families and organizations committed to addressing the changing needs of our region.

Vision:

The Perinton Pride Fund is viewed as an alternative to increasing taxes and program support fees in providing secure, long-term investments in vital town services.

Garnsey Road Arboretum   Center Park Playground
Garnsey Road Arboretum   Center Park Playground

The Perinton Pride Fund In Action

Arts & Culture

The residents of Perinton enjoy several arts & cultural programs, including the Thursday Gazebo Series and the Sunday Center Stage concert series.

Center Stage at Center Park
  Center Stage at Center Park

Fellows Road Park

Parks & Open Space

Perinton, a Trail Town USA, is blessed with a strong parks system with many additional areas of open space preserved for future generations. The Perinton Pride Fund will help to continue this opportunity to offer a green town.

 Fellows Road Park  

Access for People with Disabilities

Inclusion of people with disabilities is a key component in building a strong community. With assistance from the Perinton Pride Fund, we will continue our offerings of assistance for people with disabilities.

Access for People
 
 Aquatic Center Carts
Lift chair for the disabled
Center Stage Golf
Senior/Disabled Transport

Summer Playground

Recreation Programming

The recreation programs that are enjoyed by the community are also offered to select individuals through needs based scholarships. The Perinton Pride Fund will continue to offer this ability to reach a wider audience.

Summer playground  

Environmental Stewardship

The Town has a strong commitment to the preservation and protection of fragile eco-systems ensuring their presence for generations to come.

Environmental Stewardship
   

Contacts
Michael Barker, Town Supervisor, 585-223-0770
Jeffery Myers, Commissioner of Parks and Recreation, 585-223-5050


Rochester Area Community Foundation - http://www.racf.org
Jeffrey Hough, V.P. Development and Communications, 585-271-4100 ext. 4117

Perinton Town Hall and Perinton Recreation and Parks Department
1350 Turk Hill Road, Fairport NY 14450