The mid 1990s brought budget challenges for the City of Indianapolis, as it related to parks and recreation. In 1993, as recommended by City of Indianapolis Department of Parks & Recreation, the Riverside Regional Park Foundation Inc, formally known as The Riverside Advisory Council, was established. Founded by concerned Riverside community residents, the Riverside Regional Park Foundation is now a 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization.
The Riverside neighborhood is a historical neighborhood on the near west side of Indianapolis, Indiana. The neighborhood consists mainly of American foursquare-type homes and bungalows built in the 1910s to 1920s. Seventy-five percent of the homes in the area were built before 1939. Riverside is named for its situation next to the White River.
Why Donate? Because Riverside Matters! Riverside Family Center and park has been an essential fixture on Indy’s Westside for nearly 40 years, and have offered educational and recreational programs for all ages. With your contribution Riverside Regional Park Foundation will work toward assisting Riverside Family Center in continuing it’s strong legacy of enriching the Riverside community by providing quality programming
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The focus of the Riverside Regional Park Foundation centers on providing assistance to the Riverside Regional Park with programming, and fund development initiatives as it relates to both the park and family center.
Riverside Regional Park Foundation, Inc. is a 501 (C) (3) Non-Profit Organization