Support the recreation and environmental programs at Alum Creek Lake, Delaware Lake, Deer Creek Lake, Paint Creek Lake, Dillon Lake, and Tom Jenkins Dam to improve opportunities for Central Ohio communities at US Army Corps of Engineers Parks and Programs.
SACCA is the first official non-profit partner of the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) for Central Ohio. SACCA collects tax exempt donations on behalf of Alum Creek, Deer Creek, Delaware, Dillon, Paint Creek, and Tom Jenkins (Burr Oak) dam projects, assuring funds are invested in the best interests of the local community. This allows parks to invest in their recreation and environmental programs to meet the needs of the public. SACCA, in partnership with the USACE Huntington District, can seek funding through grants and donations.
SACCA is a tax exempt 501 (c) (3) corporation in the State of Ohio.
Mission, Vision and Priorities
Mission: Support the mission, priorities, and vision of the Central Ohio U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
Vision: Provide a non-profit foundation and executive management of non-federal funds and volunteers to improve opportunities for Central Ohio communities at US Army Corps of Engineers Parks and Programs.
Priorities: Water Safety • Wildlife Habitat • Recreation Improvement • Cultural/Resource Education
Hall Of Fame: SACCA Founders
Thomas R. Gross Family Foundation – funded basic operational costs for the first four years.
Brannon Contracting has supported SACCA for the first four years.
Berkshire Campground made the largest donation from the general public.
Descendants of Ira P. Rawdon Sr. & Bertha P. Whiteside-Rawdon provided the largest overall support.
- Cousins David Rawdon and Jonathan Rawdon provide extra help
Jane Switzer, David & Pam Rose and Troy & Sheri Schmitt significant contributions.
Optimal Eye Care, Patio Room Factory, and T&D Landscape & Maintenance made donations to help SACCA get started.
Other Individuals: Don & Teri Beres, Betty Jo Davis, Dr. Laura Engler, Rick Gensner, Kevin Jenkins, Laurie Lipscomb, Janet Lloyd, Barb Rawdon, Dee & Mark Rawdon, Chad Rawdon, Cory Rawdon, Paula Wolfe, Mark Yates, Corey Christian, Donny Diehl, Frank Lowe, and Bob Mock.
USACE Manager Sylvia Chelf initiated SACCA with the assistance of USACE Ranger Kara Blomgren.