Funding Your Park


We are excited to announce Park Pride’s 2013 Grant Programs

After last year’s successful restructuring of our grant programs, including adding the Community Building Grants, we are eager to build on our success. The grants, Small Change Grants, Community Building Grants, and Legacy Grants are designed to enable communities to gain experience and build capacity as they take on increasingly larger capital improvements in City of Atlanta and DeKalb County Parks.

Applicants and interested community members are encouraged to contact Park Pride to discuss proposed park improvement projects. The purpose of our grant program and the core of Park Pride’s work is to create community driven demand for more and better parks.


Small Change Grants

To celebrate Park Pride's 25th anniversary, matching grants of $100 to $2,500 will be accepted anytime through out the year. These grants help communities make big differences with small park improvements. Available for projects in the City of Atlanta and DeKalb County.

Community Building Grants funded by The Home Depot Foundation

Matching grants ranging from $1,000 to $50,000 will help communities implement lasting park improvements. Available for projects in the City of Atlanta and DeKalb County.

Legacy Grants

Matching grants ranging from $50,000 to $100,000 support community implementation of comprehensive park visions and master plans. Available for projects in the City of Atlanta.


Tree Grants

Trees in Parks Grant program: Matching grants of up to $5,000 per park per year are available to neighborhood groups for the purchase of trees in City of Atlanta parks. Download the grant guidelines and application for more information. Contact Becky Katz at 404-546-7987 or becky@parkpride.org with any questions.