NRPA partners with innovative organizations that advance and support positive change in communities through parks and recreation. When you partner with NRPA, you will work with a respected non-profit organization that has expansive reach into nearly every community across America.

Promotional Partnership Opportunities

NRPA is pleased to discuss promotional opportunities and collaborations with your organization that will enrich communities through local parks and recreation centers.

NRPA is dedicated to advancing parks, recreation and environmental conservation efforts that enhance the quality of life for all people. This is our mission and what guides our every decision.

Through our network of parks in nearly every community*, NRPA represents parks and recreation nationwide and supports the thousands of local agencies and organizations who build and manage these important public places. NRPA's mission is guided by three areas of focus in our work with local communities - health and wellness, environmental conservation, and social equity.

NRPA is dedicated to educating professionals and the public on the essential nature of parks and recreation. Through individual certification, organizational accreditation, research, grants and partnerships, and a wide range of learning opportunities, NRPA provides park and recreation professionals with the resources necessary to meet the needs of communities large and small.

* There are more than 105,000 local parks in the United States. These parks range from small neighborhood parks and playgrounds to regional recreation complexes and golf courses to protected nature preserves to state parks. The wide variety of park sites and recreation programs enables NRPA to offer exciting partnership opportunities.

Current Partners


Soccer 5 USANRPA is partnering  with United Soccer Centers to develop the benefits of creating Small Sided Soccer Centers in Parks within Public Private Partnership Framework offering more spaces to play and more places to learn soccer in parks around the country. Learn more.


Kids to Parks DayNational Park Trust has partnered with NRPA to make it easy to invite your federal elected officials to your Kids to Parks Day event. Use this interactive toolkit to get started.


How to Coach KidsHow to Coach Kids is a free, 30-minute interactive online training course and resource library designed for community organizations and youth sports leagues who would like to offer foundational training to their volunteer coaches.

Contact Gina Mullins-Cohen for more information at 703-858-2184.

 

 

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