– Hold eight volunteer workdays in the park to remove invasive plants, mulch trees, and address erosion issues
– Add at least two small native pollinator gardens
– Identify and preserve snags for woodpecker habitat
-Support amazing events in the park.
Join Freedom Park Conservancy on August 17th for a trivia filled evening in support of our work to improve and preserve Atlanta’s Freedom Park for the benefit of a diverse public!
Attendees will participate in an Atlanta-themed trivia game complete with prizes from Freedom Park’s neighboring businesses. Earn extra points for naming local music between questions. Stumped on a question? A small donation at the event will earn you a hint!
Teams are asked to limit themselves to 6 participants. Have a small group or want to come solo? Play as a team of one or join another group – anything goes!
Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Ticket sales and additional donations all benefit Freedom Park Conservancy!
Trivia prizes donated by:
A Cappella Books
Atlanta Cleaning Source
Historic Oakland Foundation
King of Pops
Queen of Cream
The Carter Center
The Men’s Parlor
Victory Sandwich Bar
More information and tickets coming soon. Click here to join the event on Facebook.
Interested in sponsoring the event? Freedom Park Conservancy has a variety of levels available with fun perks like the chance to customize a trivia question! Just email Laura at Laura@freedompark.org for more information.
Mailchimp Alice Franklin and Dennis Hawk Emory Center for Digital Scholarship Gensler
Dwelling Project Team: Creative Directors: Nancy Boyd, Victoria Walsh Artists: Mark Wentzel, Robert Henry Writer: Michael Ross Dwelling Graphic Artist: Anna Ladson, Gensler Location Map Graphic Artist: Emma Ming Kayhart Printer: Tower Press City of Atlanta, Parks: Doug Voss, Daniel Calvert, Bretta Hunnicut, and crew
Special thanks to: Emory University Emory Center of Digital Scholarship (ECDS) Wayne H. Morse Jr., Co-Director ECDS Michael Page, Geographer, Geospatial Specialist Randy Gue, Curator, Modern Political and Historical Collections, Rose Library Kim Collins, Art History/Classics Librarian and Research Engagement Services, Robert W. Woodruff Library Joanna Mundy, Digital Project Specialist Anandi Knuppel, Senior Digital Scholarship Specialist Melanie Kowalski, Copyright and Scholarly Communications Librarian, Robert W. Woodruff Library Edith Kelman Kelsey Fritz Pamela Henman Phoenix Flies Park Pride
This funding is dedicated to several park improvement projects FPC has identified for 2019, including:
– Eight volunteer work days in the park to remove invasive plants, mulch trees, and address erosion issues
– Enhancement of, and Audubon Society Certification for, our Bird and Butterfly Garden (located at the corner of North Avenue and Candler Park Drive)
– The addition of at least two small native pollinator gardens
– Identifying and preserving snags for woodpecker habitat
Although $5,000 may seem like a small amount, these projects will propel FPC into 2019 as we begin to work with our surrounding communities to enhance Freedom Park for a diverse public. Successful projects will allow FPC to demonstrate our ability to tackle much larger projects in the future and target larger funding amounts from private foundations.
Thank you to our Georgia Gives Day supporters and the many others who have supported FPC financially in 2018. If you would like to make a difference, please consider making a donation today using our secure web portal below.
As 2019 comes to a close, Freedom Park Conservancy is preparing for an eventful new year. We look forward to sharing details of an upcoming public art project in March, plans for new pollinator plantings, and opportunities for public engagement throughout the year.
If you’re a fan of Freedom Park and want to help enhance one of Atlanta’s largest public green spaces, please consider making a year-end contribution!
Freedom Park Conservancy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Founded as C.A.U.T.I.O.N. in 1982 and renamed to Freedom Park Conservancy in 1997, FPC has been a steward of Freedom Park before the park even existed.
Now, with our first even Executive Director and a fully engaged board, we are ready to make bigger strides toward the improvement and maintenance of one of Atlanta’s largest green spaces.
FPC wants to see trees pruned and mulched, invasive plants and graffiti removed, signage cleaned and updated, trash picked up, and lighting fixed. We want to encourage more public art (we are, after all, Atlanta’s Art Park) and public education, and passive recreation.
FPC wants to be Your advocate for Your park. But we can’t do it without You.
Freedom Park is, of course, free and open to the public. As it stands right now there is no earned income stream to support our operations. That means we rely on support from individuals like you as we establish programming and a plan for how to accomplish for what the community would like to see over the next several years.
If you love Freedom Park, if you use its paths to travel to work or get some exercise, if you appreciate public art, and if you want to see Freedom Park realize its full potential, please support Freedom Park Conservancy today.