What We’re Doing
Providing 71,375 Dallas residents park access by transforming schoolyards into neighborhood greenspaces.
Connect with community leaders, residents, students, and school staff to create neighborhood park that fits their vision and needs.
“Art reminds us that we’re not alone and that we all share a universal human experience. Art gives us benefits for our brains and our immune systems. We wanted to make sure [these installations] we represent the soul of the school in the best way.” —Alejandra Camargo, local artist who helped create schoolyard murals with the students at Anne Frank Elementary School
Learn about Camargo and her creative process with the Anne Frank community.
$375,000 in Grants Awarded to Eight Nonprofits Working to Expand Access to Parks and Green Spaces in U.S. Cities
Opening schoolyards to the public during non-school hours could alleviate the problem of park access for nearly 20 million people
Three Ways U.S. Cities Are Closing the Park Equity Gap
Cool Schools Neighborhood Park on Blog Outside