At the 2018 Annual Gathering and membership meeting it was decided to (effectively) merge the Florida Park Service Alumni Association, Inc. with the FPSAA James Cook Memorial Fund, Inc. and rename the organization the Florida Park Service Ranger Association, Inc..
Since that meeting the Board has been working through the transition and has approved the bylaws for the Florida Park Service Ranger Association. As agreed at last year's meeting, the Board would approve the new bylaws, subject to the membership's approval at the 2019 Annual Gathering. Click here to review the new FPSRA bylaws. At the Annual Gathering on April 6th at 9:30 am, the bylaws will be presented for consideration and approval.
Ever been helped by a Park Ranger? Or been to an interpretive program where you learned something new and perhaps amazing from a Park Ranger? Or have a great memory in a Florida State Park because of the hard work of Park Rangers? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then here’s an opportunity for you to "Pay it Forward" and help a Park Ranger.
These hard-working, khaki-collar public servants sometimes experience financial hardship and need help. These stewards are the heart of the Florida Park Service, working at modest wages and dedicated to maintaining, interpreting, and preserving the natural resources for the enjoyment of all visitors.
Annually Park Rangers (current, former and retired) come together for the Florida Park Service Family Fun Day with their families to make memories of their own with their Florida Park Service Family. Would you give to help them make memories with their family?
These caretakers of the parks…Park Rangers, could use your financial support. GIVE to the James Cook Humanitarian Relief Fund, the Florida Park Service Family Fun Day, or a general unrestricted donation to the Florida Park Service Ranger Association.
Help a Park Ranger and GIVE TODAY! www.fpsra.org/Donate