Foundation

About the Foundation

The Saluda Shoals Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization which serves to support and protect Saluda Shoals Park through financial support, fostering partnerships, supporting programs and creating community awareness of the park's exceptional outdoor recreational activities, environmental education, and cultural opportunities.

The 20-member volunteer board of directors is dedicated to the park's development and is guided by the following covenant:

As members of the Saluda Shoals Foundation Board of Directors, we believe:

  • In Saluda Shoals Park's mission and its future;
  • In the balance and celebration of nature and humankind;
  • In the beautiful necessity of experiencing nature in an urban environment.

Therefore, we commit to serve as stewards of Saluda Shoals Park through financial support and as advocates for the preservation and sustainability of the park's programs and the environment.

Saluda Shoals Foundation Corporate Partners

Leo's Landing Inclusive Playground!

All Abilities, All Ages, All Welcome!

Leo's Landing inclusive playground at Saluda Shoals Park is a unique playground that creates opportunities for endless exploration and enables children and adults of all abilities to play and socialize with each other.

We hope you'll visit this truly accessible shared space that will help change attitudes and perception about disability.

We are still accepting donations for the playground in support of a mosaic art wall, more shade structures, and additional playground elements.  Your gift will help enhance Leo's Landing  - an inclusive playground that allows everyone to experience the joy and power of playing together.

Annual Fund

Make a donation to the Saluda Shoals Foundation and become a part of Saluda Shoals Park's exciting future. Your investment will enhance the quality of life for your family and for citizens throughout the Midlands by providing cultural opportunities, environmental education and an outdoor recreational venue for people of all ages.

Please contact Dolly G. Patton at (803) 213-2035 or dpatton@icrc.net if you would like to make a contribution or need additional information.