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Facts about Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation

When was the Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation formed?

Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation was formed in 1988 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit public benefit corporation. It was created to provide fund-raising and special programs for the park.

What is the purpose of Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation?

The public purposes of the Foundation are to preserve, improve, develop and maintain the park and to foster public appreciation and understanding of Mission Trails Regional Park.

How is Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation governed?

It is governed by a Board of Directors, in accordance with the State approved Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws. Officers of the Board are President, Vice President and Secretary/Treasurer.

What was the first joint project of the City of San Diego and Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation?

The first joint endeavor of the City and Foundation was construction of the Visitor and Interpretive Center.

 

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