Parks, Forestry & Recreation
Partnerships make it happen!
Welcome to the web pages of the Partnership Development Unit of Parks, Forestry & Recreation. The Partnership Development Unit helps grassroots community groups with their fundraising projects, and we welcome support and funding from corporations, foundations and philanthropists. Working together, we have successfully raised millions of dollars for parks, recreation and urban forestry projects for the benefit of Torontonians and visitors. Please contact us to discuss your needs and projects.
Partnership News is your source for the latest partnership opportunities, recent partnership successes, and partnership trends in our parks, urban forests and recreation facilities. Now you can subscribe, plus see our first issue.
In the summer of 2014, more than 200 volunteers and partners replaced an old playground with brand-new equipment at McGregor Park in Scarborough – in one day. Watch the video (including time-lapse) to see how it all came together.
It's been a busy year for Parks, Forestry and Recreation and our many partners who are giving back to the City's parks, urban forests and recreation facilities. Here's a round-up of joint successes.
The City of Toronto's premier tree-planting event, Trees Across Toronto, takes place Saturday, April 25, 2015. Learn how you or your organization can contribute to maintaining and growing Toronto's priceless tree canopy.
The Partnership Development Unit of Parks, Forestry and Recreations helps organizations and individuals channel their sponsorship investments or philanthropic donations in efficient, meaningful ways.
There are many ways to donate to projects undertaken by community groups working in partnership with Parks, Forestry & Recreation, or to donate to city-wide programs undertaken by the Division. Donations may qualify for a charitable tax receipt.
Parks, Forestry & Recreation works with donors and sponsors to channel their contributions in meaningful ways. The Partnership Development Unit is currently working with dozens of community groups and other organizations on city-building projects including playgrounds, tree planting and recreation facility improvements.