Not only is this a great time to get outside, but also a prime opportunity to show up for your local parks.
Park Pride is happy to announce that Avery Evans has joined the team!
This is the first mural funded through Park Pride’s Grantmaking Program.
Meet Park Pride’s new team member!
New team member alert!
Park Pride’s team is growing!
Recently, we’ve stories about the Parks for All campaign and the growing impact of our work across the city. The implementation of this growth, however, requires the concurrent growth of Park Pride to deliver more positive outcomes. That is why a portion of the Parks for All campaign is focused on making significant investments into our team. We’re supporting internal bench strength, adding new positions to provide individualized coaching to Friends groups, and preparing tomorrow’s leaders through internships.
Download PDF Press Release ATLANTA, Ga. — Students in the fifth cohort of the Partnership for Inclusive Innovation’s (Partnership) Summer Internship program, formerly Smart Community Corps, are working on public … Continue Reading →
Park Pride is thrilled to welcome Ornela Gjoni to the team as a summer intern supporting the Park Visioning Program and advancing our mission! Ornela hails from Tirana, Albania, where … Continue Reading →
Friends of Springlake Parks (FoSP), a nonprofit organization based in the Atlanta neighborhood of Springlake, proudly celebrated the official reopening of its neighborhood “pocket” park, McKinley Wilson Triangle Park, with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, May 19.