04.09.15 | No Comments
Throughout 2014, almost 100 corporate volunteer projects were completed with 13,785 trees, shrubs, and flowers planted and 1,397 gallons of paint used on 41 playgrounds, 344 benches, and 4,560 linear feet of fencing.
03.10.15 | No Comments
For 22 community groups in particular, the onset of warmer weather does not just mean a chance to put away the parka and break out the short sleeves, but a chance for them to get outside and start putting their recently awarded Capacity Fund Grant to work.
02.27.15 | No Comments
Constructing art from natural materials found in the local environment is a great way for students to explore plant communities and ecosystems. Through a partnership between Westside Collaborative, City Parks Foundation and the Department of Youth and Community Development, students in the SONYC After School program learn about the changing seasons and the effect on plant life cycles.
02.12.15 | No Comments
While only 0.19 acres, Christopher Park in Greenwich Village is a vibrant community space with a lot of history. The tiny triangle boasts a monument collection, beautiful gardens, and another landmark feature: a 140 year old wrought-iron perimeter fence.
01.13.15 | No Comments
City Parks Foundation’s SummerStage Showcase, in partnership with the Santa Monica Pier Twilight Concert Series, took place at the Highline Ballroom on Thursday, January 8, 2015.
12.09.14 | No Comments
City Parks Foundation is excited to share the list of past SummerStage artists, from 1986 – 2014, who have been nominated for 2015 GRAMMY Awards.