Our Corporate Partners

Cox Enterprises

In 2008 The Trust for Public Land partnered with Cox Enterprises to launch Cox Conserves Heroes, a national conservation awards program to honor and celebrate individuals who work to create, preserve, and improve the shared outdoor spaces in our communities. To date, the program has honored 130 volunteers and awarded $475,000 to local environmental nonprofits. More about Cox Conserves Heroes.

Garnier/L'Oreal, USA

Garnier, a subsidiary of L'Oreal, USA, partnered with The Trust for Public Land and the City of Newark, New Jersey to install 55 recycling bins in three Newark parks. The bins are molded from beauty packaging waste collected through the Personal Care and Beauty Brigade, a recycling program made possible through Garnier's partnership with TerraCycle. The Brigade empowers consumers to collect and send in non-recyclable waste to be turned into innovative new products. Garnier's goal is to eliminate beauty waste from landfills.

MetLife Foundation

For close to twenty years, MetLife Foundation has played an integral role in helping The Trust for Public Land build healthy communities all across the country. With MetLife Foundation's invaluable support, The Trust for Public Land has created more than 50 parks, playgrounds, and Fitness Zone exercise areas.


REI helps The Trust for Public Land build, celebrate, and promote great parks and trails in and around U.S. cities. The outdoor retailer has provided financial support, community organizing, and advocacy for key projects like Santa Fe Railyard Park + Plaza, Eastside Rail Corridor bike trail in greater Seattle, The 606 in Chicago, and the regional bike trail network in the D.C. metro area. In 2016, REI is supporting our Climate-Smart Cities™ program to create new user-generated data tools that help create safer and more connected walk and bike corridors across the country.

Walt Disney Company

The Walt Disney Company is working with The Trust for Public Land to support the playground renovation at Junior High School 157 in Queens, New York. This new "green" playground is a result of The Trust for Public Land's partnership with New York City's Department of Environmental Protection and the School Construction Authority. Disney voluntEARS will help complete the final stages of this unique playground—designed to absorb and retain stormwater—and participate in clean-up days and other volunteer opportunities associated with The Trust for Public Land's New York City Playgrounds Program.