Wells Fargo at Hollenbeck Park

The Los Angeles Parks Foundation invites local businesses, family foundations, schools, and corporate brands to partner with us to adopt one of our 450 city parks! The adoption donation will go to meet identified needs that can directly benefit a city park.

Past projects funded by park adoptions include a basketball court and baseball diamond resurfacing, funding for sports equipment and youth scholarships, program funding for dance and fitness classes, park benches, water fountains, and other needed improvements.

A park adoption begins with an investment of $25,000 depending on the size of the park.  The adoption extends over one year with the opportunity for a yearly renewal. The donor’s generous contribution is prominently acknowledged at the adopted park and celebrated with the local community.

Please contact Carolyn Ramsay for further information regarding the Adopt-A-Park program at (310) 472-1990 or Thank you for helping us build community through our city parks. All donations are tax-deductible.

Current Park Adoptions for 2020-21

Mar Vista Park adopted by Windward School

After installing twenty new trees at Mar Vista Park as part of our inaugural LA Park Forest in 2020, additional funds from this adoption will allow us to add a dozen more in 2021. Each tree will be covered by a comprehensive two-year maintenance plan, and will be incorporated into students’ curriculum in science classes. 


Thank you to the Windward School for their generous support of Mar Vista Park and the surrounding community.

More information about Mar Vista Park at


Hollenbeck Park adopted by the Sikand Foundation

We have ambitious plans at Hollenbeck Park to plant twenty matures trees, creating a green buffer zone along the park’s perimeter to mitigate noise and pollution from the adjacent freeway. Two years of comprehensive maintenance will be included as part of this adoption.


Thank you to Annette Sikand and the Sikand Foundation for their generous support of Hollenbeck Park and the Boyle Heights community.

More information about Hollenbeck Park at


Robert Burns Park adopted by the Clifford Family Foundation

With funds made available by this adoption, we’ll be planting additional trees for shade and habitat enhancement, and making exciting improvements to the current playground infrastructure.


Thank you to Chris Clifford and the Clifford Family Foundation for their generous support of Burns Park and the Hancock Park community.

More information about Robert L. Burns Park at

Ross Snyder Park adopted by Thomas Safran

We have plans to plant a dozen mature trees at this park, which will each be covered by two years of comprehensive maintenance. This adoption will also include the installation of a brand new ADA-compliant bench.


Thank you to Tom Safran for his generous support of Ross Snyder Park and the South LA community.

More information about Ross Snyder Park at


City National planting at Leimert Plaza Park