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Advocating for Atlanta’s Parks
For 25 years, Park Pride has been providing a voice for the voiceless – the parks in Atlanta and DeKalb County. . . . Read more
The Picnic For Parks
The event, expected to draw 500 attendees, will recognize the corporate volunteers who have aided the organization in reaching over 500,000 service hours improving parks - Read more about the picnic
Park Pride in the Community
Park Pride's work as a community-driven organization is highlighted in this WSB-TV People2People news segment. . . View Video
The Imperative of Parks
For a quarter of a century, an indispensable Atlanta organization has championed the proliferation of parks. Read more about Park Pride's role in the Druid Hills Community
Mayor, Atlanta City Council Members, Organizations Support the PARC Pledge
Mayor Kasim Reed, Atlanta City Council, and a number of candidates for office have announced support for the PARC Pledge . . . Read more about the PARC Pledge and its supporters.
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Workshop: Engaging Neighbors through Park Events
Blue Heron Nature Preserve
During this session, you'll learn how to bring more positive activity into community parks, share ideas of community driven events that have been successful in raising awareness of new parks, and discuss techniques for recruiting new members for Friends of the Park groups. Cost: $5. Register today!
Volunteer Program Seasonal Help
Download the job description for information on how to apply.
The Picnic for Parks
A heartfelt "thank you" for attending Park Pride's 25th Anniversary celebration, The Picnic for Parks. We wouldn't be able to continue to support and improve parks in Atlanta and DeKalb if it weren't for your passion and dedication to our city's greenspace.
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2015 Parks & Greenspace Conference Call for Proposals
Due: October 31st, 2014
Park Pride is accepting presentation proposals for the 2015 Conference, "Parks & People: A Declaration of Interdependence," a topic that will explore the close-knit and often complex relationships between parks and their communities.