Join us as we take our programs online with Partnerships for Parks Digital Content. Below you will find original content from our PfP team including:
Although we usually offer our programs in person, we are happy to also bring our programming and support directly to you online, wherever you may be. Check back often and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for updates.
In recognition of the tremendous effort of community groups across the city who continued volunteering in 2020 despite the global pandemic, we are devoting the month of April to volunteer appreciation.
Share a “love letter” video to recognize a community group who went above and beyond for their local park through It’s My Park and tag @partnershipsforparks (on FB/IG) or @pfpnyc (on Twitter) by April 19th. We’ll share our favorites on our social media platforms throughout the month.
All groups recognized must have participated in It’s My Park regularly in 2020. You may recognize your own group. Include #ItsMyPark.
Celebrate our 25th anniversary with us by sharing memories of the work you’ve done in NYC green spaces. Post a photo and story on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter using #WeArePfP for a chance to be featured on our social media platforms OR featured in our 25th anniversary exhibition entitled It’s Our Park: 25 Years of Communities in Action.
You can also use one of the sample posts and/or graphics in our social media toolkit to help spread the word.
How can we enjoy parks while keeping our communities safe? Gathering in person during COVID-19 requires an entirely new approach to event planning. This webinar will help you reimagine park events and provide you with actionable steps to plan safe and comfortable programs in your park this spring and summer.
Tuesday, April 6 from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
We have no grant opportunities at this time. Please check back regularly for updates.
Find all kinds of horticulture-related information including indoor plant suggestions, gardening podcasts, how-to videos, webinars, and book suggestions.
We bring New Yorkers together in their parks by offering free programs. Although our programming is temporarily suspended, parks remain open to find solace, to exercise, and to stay healthy. Please give now if you can so that we can be back in parks soon.