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.