Power Sharing with Community-based Organizations: Lessons from the P3 Cohort

Cohort Peer Conversation

People, Parks, and Power (P3) is the first national funding initiative in the U.S. to support power building by community-based organizations to reverse deep-seated park and green space inequities in Black, Latino, and Indigenous communities across the country. Managed by the Prevention Institute, P3 will advance park and green space equity through a national grantmaking program, peer-to-peer learning community, research, network building, and strategic communications. 

Join this Peer Conversation among community-based organizations to hear lessons from the work and share your story and ideas. 

Note: This Peer Conversation is a closed session for community-based organizations and is not available to general conference participants. If you are a representative of a community-based organization, please add your name to the waitlist. Conference organizers will regularly review the waitlist and notify those who are moved into the session or are ineligible to attend so they can register for an alternative.

Support provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the Foundation.