Located on 180 acres just west of downtown Lakeland, Florida, Bonnet Springs Park aims to improve the community’s quality of life by reviving the natural beauty of the woodland shores of Lake Bonnet and creating an inclusive urban park with multi-generational appeal. With help from the community, Bonnet Springs Park will be self-sufficient for its management and maintenance, helping our vision swiftly and effectively come to life without burdening local government agencies or resources. Great cities have great parks!

Website: bonnetspringspark.com

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Bonnet Springs Park Fund

Grants from this fund will provide support to the agency to carry out its role and purpose in the Polk County area, which is to acquire necessary property, develop, furnish, operate, and maintain a park for the public good and enjoyment, and any and all related charitable purposes.

Bonnet Springs Park Repair and Replacement Endowment Fund

Grants from this fund will provide for the repair or replacement of the original park capital assets of Bonnet Springs Park.

Carol Jenkins Barnett Community Endowment Fund

Grants from this fund will be used for supporting the charitable, scientific, or educational purposes of Bonnet Springs Park in carrying out its role and mission in operating a park in Lakeland, Florida.

About GiveWell Community Foundation

GiveWell Community Foundation (GWCF) offers nonprofit organizations the opportunity to invest in themselves through Agency Funds. GWCF also works with local service clubs, veterans groups, municipalities, and other community groups by offering Community Funds for the betterment and improved quality of life of our area. Click here to view all of our Featured Funds.

GiveWell Community Foundation works with individuals, families, businesses, and nonprofits to build a stronger community throughout Polk, Hardee, and Highlands counties and beyond through charitable funds and competitive grant cycles. The Foundation is home to more than 380 charitable funds and the Impact Polk and Empower Polk grant cycles. GWCF has awarded over $330 million in grants since its founding in 1997. Click here to learn more about us.

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