Parks For All

Our Parks For All programme supports nonprofit organisations focused on building, maintaining, restoring and providing better access to parks.

To date, we’ve donated over £1.3 million because parks help us all feel happier, healthier and more fulfilled.

The Outdoors is
good for you!

Mental Benefits:
Exercising outdoors can reduce depression, anger and fatigue, and improve attention spans.1
Physical Benefits:
Exposure to green spaces reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, premature death, stress and high blood pressure.2
Social Benefits:
Time spent in natural landscapes can improve social interactions and integration.3
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For the love of parks

Parks represent a place we can all go to take part in recreational activities, relax or be inspired. From urban park excursions with our family to national park adventures in the countryside, 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 that these special places get the attention and protection they deserve.

Our goal is to support non-profit organisations 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.

122
Non-profits supported
£1.3M
Dollars donated
55,958
Bottles donated

Let's celebrate our work together.

From improving West Coast redwood forests to maintaining East Coast trails; from connecting women
and Indigenous youth in Canada and Alaska to the outdoors, to cleaning up beaches
and waterways in Germany and the United Kingdom, and everywhere in between, our Parks For All non-profit
grantees have made a tremendous difference.

Since 2017, more than 41,000 people have spent 375,000 hours experiencing the physical and mental
benefits of time outside. We are also committed to improving equity in outdoor access. To date, nearly a third of
participants have been from Black, Indigenous and People of Colour, Latinx and other historically marginalised communities.

5,000+

VOLUNTEERS ENGAGED

34

MILES OF TRAILS MAINTAINED

14,000+

KILOGRAMS OF RUBBISH PICKED UP

158+

WORKSHOPS AND TRAINING SESSIONS HELD

Get to know our grantees.

We’re so proud of each of our grantees, and we think you will be too.

Explore the map to learn about each of our amazing Parks for All grantee recipients.

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      Hydro Flask wants to hear from you!
      #WeLoveOurParks

      What do you love about your favourite park? Maybe it’s a place to exercise, to take part in recreational activities or just to 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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