We’re proud to have completed another year of engaging the Atlanta community to activate the power of parks.
December was the month of ribbon-cutting ceremonies!
Numerous studies show that an excellent park system improves quality of life by promoting health, reducing crime, restoring the environment, maintaining habitats, and strengthening social ties. Park Pride’s visioning process plays a critical role in achieving this vision for every neighborhood in Atlanta.
Local businesses and corporations support Park Pride’s mission year-round, making a big impact on Atlanta’s local parks. Corporate groups can tap into team building opportunities such as custom, private volunteer projects to address urgent park needs while supercharging employee engagement. Shoutout to Georgia Power and The Clorox Company for giving back to local communities and parks this spring and summer!
Hello Atlanta park community! As a new member of the Park Pride staff, l can’t wait to get to know you and support your goals for an engaged community with your neighborhood park at the core.
After a competitive application process, we’re proud to announce the first class of the Park Stewardship Academy! These community leaders hail from a cross-section of Atlanta neighborhoods and were selected for their outstanding commitment to community, passion for activating local parks, and belief that every Atlantan deserves access to a great park. Join us in wishing these local leaders well on their park stewardship journey!
From the smallest beautification project to a full-scale park overhaul, Park Pride’s Grantmaking Program awards funding to Friends of the Park groups for community-supported park improvements. Through the Parks for All campaign, we plan to grow our annual awards to $2.8 million by 2024, doubling investments in local parks and doubling impact for Atlantans across the city! The projects highlighted are among the first to be completed through the increased investment of Parks for All with support from grants awarded in 2022.
Park Pride launched its first-ever comprehensive campaign, Parks for All, in 2022, and it has been a game changer—for Atlanta’s communities, for Atlanta’s parks, and for Park Pride.
Download PDF Press Release Atlanta, GA., July 2023 – A new cohort of park champions has joined Park Pride’s Board of Directors, expanding the breadth of expertise of the nonprofit’s … Continue Reading →
Park Pride is thrilled to welcome Caleb Harris to the team as a summer intern supporting Friends of the Park groups and advancing our mission! Caleb is rising second year … Continue Reading →