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BARRINGTON DOG PARK…HELP US GO GREEN!!!!

Dog Parks are wonderful outings for man’s best friend and their owners. An off-leash area gives your dogs the opportunity to play, and exercise.

Due to limited city resources, this park has fallen into disrepair.  We have city-approved plans to beautify, and maintain the park, but we need community support to make it happen. Our mission is to regenerate, go green, make safe, and create a clean and healthy environment for our precious dogs  After researching the best suited artificial grass for the needs of the dog park, “Evolution Grass†has been chosen.  It is safe and cool year round and does not require chemicals nor mowing. It may last for a decade, then be recycled.

We need the contributions for or sponsorship of the Barrington Dog Park  Some substantial donations have been received but we need additional funds before we can begin this project.  Donations to this non-profit organization are tax deductible.  The Los Angeles Parks Foundation, a publicly supported 501(c) (3) organization, is acting under IRS/EIN 26-2358338. Sponsors will have the opportunity for signage, logo, or message within the park, visible to all park attendees.

 Mail Tax Deductible Donations To:

Los Angeles Parks Foundation
Memo Line: Barrington Dog Park
11973 San Vicente Boulevard,  Suite 200
Los Angeles, CA 90049

For information, email BarringtonDogPark@gmail.com or call 877-875-6490

Hoping to see you at our new Barrington Dog Park.

Stephanie Mintz

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