City Parks Foundation’s annual corporate sports outings and customized events provide an impressive and distinctive opportunity to engage with your staff or clients. Hosting your event with us will help support free sports programming for over 12,000 kids and 1,000 seniors annually in tennis, golf, track & field and fitness in our city’s parks and recreation centers.
Meet and network while improving your tennis game! CityParks Corporate Tennis League offers a fun, co-ed competition for NYC company teams at two of Manhattan’s prime tennis locations: Central Park and Sutton East Tennis Club. Utilizing a TeamTennis format, groups require a minimum of four players (2 men, 2 women) and can have up to ten players on the roster.
Contributions are 80% tax-deductible and helps support free tennis instruction for kids around the city.
For information on our corporate tennis league, contact Jonathan Gamberg at JGamberg@CityParksFoundation.org.
The CityParks Golf Classic brings together professional athletes alongside avid golfers from the NYC business community in support of City Parks Foundation’s free sports programming and the youngsters we serve. Learn more about this event here.
A Corporate Golf Outing at the CPF’s state of the art CityParks Junior Golf Center is an ideal way to entertain and build relationships with your clients and employees. Located in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, the state of the art facility features a 6-hole par-3 course, chipping and putting greens and a clubhouse for private functions.
For more information on our tennis benefit, golf benefit or corporate golf outings, contact Special Events at email@example.com.
CPF’s Tennis Benefit provides a unique, tax-deductible opportunity for companies to entertain guests at the US Open. Founded and chaired by tennis legend Billie Jean King, the event includes a cocktail reception, dinner, and prime tickets to the Open’s afternoon or evening matches in Arthur Ashe Stadium. Learn more about this event here.
At City Parks Foundation, our mission is to encourage New Yorkers to use their neighborhood parks by offering free environmental education, arts, sports, and community-building programs that bring people into their local green spaces. Please give now if you can—we know that city parks will continue to thrive when all New Yorkers get involved.