Forest Park Forever is Pleased to Be Whole Foods Market’s One Dime at a Time Nonprofit Partner
Katy Peace, Marketing & Digital Media Manager | firstname.lastname@example.org | 314.561.3290
St. Louis, MO, March 29, 2018 — During the second quarter of 2018 (April-June), customers at the Central West End Whole Foods Market will be able to make a donation to Forest Park Forever when they check out. The One Dime at a Time program provides an incentive to customers to eliminate single-use plastic bags and develop stronger communities at the same time. At the register, customers will have the option to receive a 10 cent per bag refund off their order total, or they can choose to donate it to Forest Park Forever.
“We are honored that our Central West End neighbors at Whole Foods Market invited us to participate in their One Dime at a Time program,” said Forest Park Forever Senior Vice President, Development John O’Gorman. “We are always eager to strengthen relationships with neighboring businesses, and this is a great opportunity for customers to support Forest Park.”
Representatives from Forest Park Forever will be on site at the Central West End location (4577 W Pine Blvd) from 4:00-7:00 p.m. on April 20, May 18 and June 15 to engage with customers. They will be excited to share the organization’s mission to restore, maintain and sustain Forest Park, in partnership with the City of St. Louis, as one of America’s greatest urban public parks, now and forever.
About Forest Park Forever
Founded in 1986, Forest Park Forever is a private nonprofit conservancy that works in partnership with the City of St. Louis and the Department of Parks, Recreation and Forestry to restore, maintain and sustain Forest Park as one of America’s greatest urban public parks.
Along with the City of St. Louis, Forest Park Forever raised $100 million between 1995 and 2003 and dramatically restored many landmark destinations in Forest Park, including the Emerson Grand Basin, the Boathouse and the Jewel Box.
Today, Forest Park Forever maintains Forest Park with the City of St. Louis; raises funds for and helps manage capital restoration projects called for in the Forest Park Master Plan; delivers experiential educational opportunities to teachers, students and adults; and provides information and guides for the Park’s 13 million annual visitors. Not part of the Zoo-Museum Tax District, Forest Park Forever is supported by private donations from throughout the community, including its 7,000 members, 1,100 volunteers and many leading community and corporate partners.