"Friends" groups are independent non-profit organizations dedicated to assisting a particular park. These groups help with special events and programs, park maintenance, planning, fundraising, staffing nature centers and advocating for the park. There are currently 14 friends groups actively supporting Delaware State Parks.
Friends of Cape Henlopen State Park is the "friends" group working to support the Cape Henlopen park. We have a wide variety of programs...many of which are unique due to the geographical location and environmental diversity of the Cape Henlopen area.
Friends of Cape Henlopen State Park
FOCHSP is a volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit organization governed by an 11 member Board of Directors. Directors serve 2-year terms which are staggered. Directors are limited to three consecutive terms. Elections are held annually for new Directors and Directors wishing to serve an additional term. Following the election, the newly elected Board of Directors chooses its officers for one year terms. The outgoing President takes the title of Immediate Past President and remains on the Board for one year as a non-voting member.
Board meetings are usually held on the 2nd Thursday of each month (except July & December) at 7 PM in the Biden Center. All members are welcome to attend Board Meetings. Please note: : The dates and times of the meetings are subject to change . If you are planning on attending please send an email to : firstname.lastname@example.org to verify the date & time of the next meeting Members can also view or download the minutes of our board meetings and financial reports which are posted on the members only pages of the FOCHSP Website
The 2019 Board of Directors are:
President- Currently Vacant
Rod Parsons, Vice President
Tony Baldino, Treasurer
Carl Frey, Secretary
Our Booth at the State Fair July 20th 2019
L -R Friends: John Bracco, Sandee Coyle, Ian Friedland, John Dean & Rod Parsons
Our former President, Stu Schmidt receiving the 2017 Outstanding Volunteer Award from Gov. John Carney & DNREC Secretary Shawn Garvin at a ceremony in Dover on July 27th honoring his leadership, innovation & dedication to the park As of June that year he had completed a staggering 700 hours of volunteer service!
See you at Cape Henlopen State Park
There is no better way to see, explore and appreciate the oldest public park in the country than to volunteer to care for it. Support the efforts of the "Friends" by joining our cause to keep the park a place of wonder, discovery and fun for all. Join...
© 2018 Friends of Cape Henlopen State Park
Phone - 302.858.6127