We Activate the Power of Parks

Park Pride is the only nonprofit organization working with communities all over Atlanta and DeKalb to improve their parks.

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Friends of the ParkPark VisioningVolunteer ProgramGrant ProgramsCommunity GardensFiscal PartnersAdopt-the-Atlanta BeltLine


Friends of the Park

Community Support

It is Park Pride’s mission to engage the community to activate the power of parks, and the formation of a Friends of the Park group is the most effective first step in creating positive and long-lasting changes in a neighborhood park. Learn More

Park Visioning

Park Planning Assistance

Park Pride believes that a world-class park begins with a strong, community-supported design. Learn More

Volunteer Program

Volunteering in Parks

Throughout the City of Atlanta and DeKalb County, folks are coming together to make significant improvements to their public parks. Learn More

Grant Programs

Matching Grants

From the smallest clean-up project to a full-scale park overhaul – or even building a park from scratch – Park Pride’s matching grant programs offer multiple options for communities within our jurisdiction to go about creating and funding their ideal greenspace. Learn More

Fiscal Partners

Fundraising Support

The Fiscal Partners program enables community groups in Atlanta and DeKalb County to raise funds for new playgrounds, enhanced landscaping and other park improvements without having to go through the process of securing 501(c)(3) nonprofit tax status. Learn More

Adopt-the-Atlanta BeltLine

Atlanta BeltLine Services & Support

The Adopt-the-Atlanta BeltLine program offers an opportunity for community groups to play a direct role in helping improve and maintain the Atlanta BeltLine. Learn More


Advocacy Platform
& Initiatives

Putting Parks First

Great parks provide immeasurable benefits to a community, positively impacting nearly effort facet of a neighborhood. Park Pride provides a voice for parks on behalf of the communities they serve, working to ensure that greenspace initiatives are adequately funded and remain a priority of elected officials. Learn More

Georgia Outdoor Stewardship Act

Dedicated Funding for Conservation

It has been nearly 20 years since Georgians have been able to voice their support for land and water conservation funding in our state. In that time, Georgia has seen recession, severe drought and new questions regarding how to best conserve our land and water as populations continue to grow. Learn More

Park Meetings

Network with Friends of the Park Groups!

On the second Thursday of every month at 7:30am, Park Pride brings together community leaders and park advocates from throughout Atlanta for education, networking and strategy. Learn More


Annual Parks & Greenspace Conference

Networking for the Greener Good

Our annual Parks and Greenspace Conference is an opportunity for networking and discussing greenspace initiatives with elected officials, community leaders, and park advocates. Learn More

Pints for Parks

Parks + Beer!

Pints for Parks is an annual Park Pride social that brings together park (and beer!) enthusiasts at Orpheus Brewing in the spirit of supporting greenspace! Learn More

Green Tie Gala

Party for Parks!

Not your typical, stuffy gala, Park Pride is taking the party to the Westside to commemorate our 30th anniversary Learn More