The Atlanta area is home to many beautiful, unique and engaging parks but to ensure they thrive, we need all hands on deck!
Happy Earth Day! Park Pride, working in partnership with the Friends of Stone Hogan Park, Atlanta’s Department of Parks & Recreation, Trees Atlanta, and LIFE Church, hosted a volunteer workday … Continue Reading →
Whether solo or with your quarantine pod, picking up litter in your local park is a great way to get out and enjoy the benefits of greenspace while giving back … Continue Reading →
Download PDF Press Release Park Pride’s Annual Inspiration Awards honor leaders who inspire others to expand and improve public parks and greenspaces, work to raise awareness about critical, system-wide park … Continue Reading →
Over the past several weeks, while shutdowns and stay-at-home orders clashed with the colorful arrival of spring, metro Atlantans flocked to local parks and trails. You may have been among … Continue Reading →
This webinar is part of the Atlanta Community ToolBank’s “Tools, Tips, and Tricks” education series. During this informative class, Park Pride’s Volunteer Team, Chris Lemons and Victoria Burgos, presents on … Continue Reading →
Some highlights from 2019, Park Pride’s 30th year of impact and service.
In 2018, over 6,700 Park Pride volunteers completed 253 projects (building bridges and footpaths, improving trails, installing gardens, painting pavilions, mulching beds, etc.) in parks and along the Atlanta BeltLine. Taken together, their efforts equal a sweat equity investment of over $450,000. Thank you, volunteers, for your unwavering commitment to the greener good! We’re on track for another great year of volunteering in 2019.
When I heard that Park Pride was celebrating Earth Day with a volunteer project at Zonolite Park, I immediately signed up. I’ve watched the park transform over the years, and … Continue Reading →
Park Pride hosts over 6,000 volunteers in parks each year, contributing over 22,000 hours of service to keeping our parks green, clean, and beautiful! We cannot thank our volunteers enough … Continue Reading →