John Davidson

Park Projects

Target Your Dollars. Donate To These Specific Projects.

A cornerstone of the foundation is its commitment to helping community groups plan and implement fundraising campaigns in support of local park and tree projects all across Toronto. Have a great park idea or a really amazing neighbourhood group that needs support? Get in touch with us and we will help you see it get completed.

The Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation supports community led improvement projects in our parks and green spaces by providing a platform for fundraising and supporting community effort. The Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation helps neighbourhoods and community groups crowd-source the funding that goes directly to fulfilling local park projects.

Every year Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation helps communities enhance their local parks by managing projects to enhance over 10 city parks, plant trees and shrubs and help build community capacity.

Testimonials from completed projects.

View our project list and see how our Foundation has helped people work together to improve our city.

leaf Thackeray Park Cricket Pitch
leaf Adopt-A-Bale Children's Teaching Kitchen in High Park
leaf Navy Marine Playground (Sir Casimir Gzowski Park)
leaf Shade The Barns – Tree Planting and shade structures at Wychwood Barns Park
leaf Rotary Peace Park Rejuvenation Committee - Rotary Peace Park Playground
leaf Friends of Flagstaff Park - Flagstaff Park Playground
leaf Lung Cancer Canada Grove
leaf Embrace Martingrove Park – park rejuvenation project.
leaf Friends of Stanley Park – tree planting, bench installation, etc.
leaf Wabash Building Society –  Sorauren Park rejuvenation project
leaf Riverdale Farm Coalition – Help Save Riverdale Farm
leaf Friends of the GreenLine/Davenport Neighbourhood Association – Seed funding for preliminary rejuvenation of Geary & Bartlett Park, and design competition for the larger GreenLine Project currently funder through TD Friends of the Environment
leaf Friends of Dufferin Grove (Community Garden, Bake Oven and Jenna Morrison Footpath are few of the projects sponsored)
leaf Friends of Toronto Islands – Help Save Far Enough Farm
leaf Help Rebuild Jamie Bell High Park Children's Adventure Playground
leaf Friends of High Park Zoo – Help Save High Park Zoo (operational budget)
leaf Guardian of the High Park Labyrinth – Labyrinth Upgrade Project
leaf Douglas B. Ford Park Playground Rejuvenation Group
leaf Friends of Queensland Park – Rejuvenate the park
leaf Jack Layton Ferry Terminal Community Group – Rejuvenate Harbour Square Park
leaf Franklin Children’s Garden