Our Parks For All program supports nonprofit organizations focused on building, maintaining, restoring, and providing more equitable access to parks. To date, we’ve donated more than $2.5 million dollars in support of the parks that help us all feel happier, healthier and more fulfilled.
From improving West Coast redwood forests to maintaining East Coast trails, connecting women and Indigenous youth in Canada and Alaska to the outdoors, beach and waterway cleanups in Germany and the United Kingdom, our Parks For All nonprofit grantees span the globe and make a tremendous difference.
In celebrating these accomplishments, we’re dedicated and focused on what comes next within our Parks for All program.MEET OUR 2022 PARKS FOR ALL GRANTEES »
For the love of parks.
Parks represent a place we can all go to recreate, relax or be inspired. From urban park picnics with our family to national park adventures in the backcountry, parks of all sizes help make us healthier, happier and more fulfilled. We acknowledge the past and present exclusion from outdoor spaces faced by People of Color and other historically marginalized communities, including womxn, LGBTQIA2S+ and Disabled people. Parks for All is our way of sharing the love we have for green spaces, ensuring these special places get the attention and protection they deserve, and are accessible to all.
Parks for All could support your
nonprofit organization with a grant
or product donation
Achievements to date
PEOPLE ENGAGED Including 9,610 volunteers
HOURS SPENT OUTSIDE
MILES OF TRAILS MAINTAINED
POUNDS OF TRASH CLEANED UP
WORKSHOPS AND TRAININGS HELD
Exercising outdoors can reduce depression, anger, fatigue and improve attention spans.1
Exposure to green spaces reduces
the risk of heart disease, premature death, stress and high blood pressure.2
Time spent in natural landscapes can improve social interactions and integration.3
Get to know our grantees.
Explore the map to learn about our Parks for All grantee recipients.
- United States
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Hydro Flask wants to hear from you!
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.