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#WeLoveOurParks

What do you love about your favorite park? Maybe it’s a place to exercise, recreate, or just relax after a long day. Share your photo and story with us! Tag #WeLoveOurParks and #ParksForAll to help us celebrate our parks—big and small.

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Parks represent a place we can all go to recreate, relax, or be inspired. From urban park excursions with our family to national park adventures in the backcountry, parks of all sizes help make us healthier, happier, and more fulfilled. Parks for All is our way of sharing the love we have for green spaces and ensuring these special places get the attention and protection they deserve.
Our goal is to support non-profit organizations focused on building, maintaining, restoring, and providing better access to parks. Since 2017, we have been doing just that. Learn how and meet our grantees below. Visit us here if you're interested in learning how Parks for All might be able to support your non-profit.

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Non-profits supported

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Dollars donated

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Bottles donated

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Appalachian Trail Conservancy
2020

The Appalachian Trail is a national treasure and the Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC) is dedicated to preserving and protecting it. For a second year, Hydro Flask supports the ATC with a grant of $30,000 to fund a vital canoe ferry that moves hikers safely across the fast-moving, unpredictable Kennebec River in Maine. Additionally, the grant will fund interpretive watershed conservation education in ATC visitor centers. Read more about the ATC.

Appalachian Trail Conservancy
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Canyon Country Discovery Center
2020

The vast public lands surrounding San Juan County, Utah, hosts visitors from around the world. Canyon Country Youth Corps is using a $15,000 grant to boost underserved youth and young adults to create lifelong learning experiences about the Colorado Plateau. CCYC will be hard at work creating new trails, doing trail maintenance, bridge building and more in the Manti-La Sal National Forest. Learn more about the Canyon Country Discovery Center.

Canyon Country Discovery Center
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Downtown Detroit Partnership
2020

Reduce, Reuse, Refill, Rehydrate! Parks for All wants everyone to spend time outside, stay hydrated, and reduce single use plastics. To that end, we are providing $15,000 to Drink Up, Detroit! to provide free water fountains and filling stations to create a more sustainable Detroit, reduce waste and improve health. The first water station will be installed in Cadillac Square #HeyLetsGo. Read more about the Downtown Detroit Partnership.

Downtown Detroit Partnership
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Glen Canyon Conservancy
2020

Horseshoe Bend is one of the most famous landmarks in the world and is at risk of being over-loved. To address this, Parks for All is giving $11,416 to engage underserved Native American youth in the practice of plant restoration through traditional and modern horticulture practices. The Horseshoe Bend project will inspire a greater sense of ownership in an icon of the American Southwest. Learn more about Glen Canyon Conservancy.

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Pacific Crest Trail Skills College

Hydro Flask donated $25,000 to the PCTA’s Trail Skills College. Join us as we repair and maintain trail near Tahoe, California.

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