Now you can express your support for Mirabeau Point Park in the form of a donation to the Heart Your Park program from March 7 through March 31 at the Spokane Valley Mall Macy's store.
The park was selected by local Macy's store personnel to receive contributions from the program, a cooperative effort between the national retailer and the National Recreation and Parks Association.
Macy's customers will be offered the opportunity make donations benefiting Mirabeau Point Park when they check out with their purchases. Donations may be made in any amount of $1 or more. A purchase is not required to make a donation to the program, and donors can request a form to document their donations for tax deduction purposes.
Macy's will match its customers' donations to the program dollar-for-dollar up to $250,000 nationwide to benefit local parks.
Donations to the program at the local Macy's store will support improvements, operations and maintenance of Mirabeau Point Park, a popular educational, recreational and cultural destination. Located in the heart of Spokane Valley on Mirabeau Parkway just northeast of Pines and Indiana, the park is enjoyed by the local community as well as visitors from around the region. The beloved Discovery Playground is located there, as are Mirabeau Trails Natural Area and Mirabeau Springs waterfall.
Mirabeau Point Park is site of Spokane Valley's premier community event, ValleyFest, and is also the location of the city's premier regional event center, CenterPlace.
The Spokane Valley Parks and Recreation Department is honored that Mirabeau Point Park has been selected as a participant in the Heart Your Park program, and welcomes the community's support of one of our city's most beautiful areas.
Information on the Heart Your Park program is available at macys.com/parks. More about the National Recreation and Parks Association can be found at nrpa.org.
Learn more about Mirabeau Point Park, Discovery Playground and the other great City of Spokane Valley parks and recreational programs online at spokanevalley.org/parks, or by calling 509-688-0300.