The Play Fair Campaign

Peer to Peer
The Play Fair Campaign
This conversation revolved around how city-wide park nonprofit organizations are positioning themselves in relation to their public and nonprofit partners and exploring how to build stronger partnerships, a broader network of support, and make the case for parks as critical urban infrastructure. Lucy Robson and Emily Walker of New Yorkers for Parks showcased their successful Play Fair advocacy campaign, pivoting from an in-person show of force to a savvy online funding request.
Mar 18, 2020
4:00pm ET-5:00 pm ET


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