Important Information about Summer Youth Programs

Parks & People Foundation continues to follow all recommendations for operating youth programs while adhering to social distancing guidelines. Therefore we will be offering our two summer programs – SuperKids Camp and Branches in a virtual format. Even though our programs will look a little different this summer, we are really excited to have the opportunity to continue our programming without interruption this year.


SuperKids Camp will be offered at no cost this year for six weeks, June 29 – August 7, at five virtual sites. Please register here!

For more information, check out our FAQ.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding SuperKids Camp, or need a refund for fees already paid, please contact Robyn Trayham, via Google Voice 443-219-7406 or


Branches will continue as a YouthWorks site from July 13 – August 14.

For more information, click here.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding Branches please contact David Coyle, via Google Voice 443-470-9364 or

Fall Sports Program 2020

Join our Co-Ed Kickball Program for 3rd – 8th grade students.

Sessions will take place at 10 a.m. and 1p.m on Saturdays in November (7th, 14th, 21st, 28th) at the Parks & People Foundation (2100 Liberty Heights Ave. Baltimore, MD 21217).

We are also seeking high school students, parents, or other coaches to volunteer! If you want to volunteer email Claire Runquist, Volunteer Coordinator.

$40 per player for the full program. Families who register two or more players will pay $25 for each child.

Register NOW!

Visit our Sports Program page for more information.

Baltimore inspires growth at the intersection of

Active Programs & Vibrant Parks.

Parks reimagined to inspire
city youth and families.

Each day, we assemble with a unified purpose to continue increasing easy access for every child to find inspirational outdoor spaces and activities…
within walking distance from their homes.
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Programs with Purpose

Stand in the middle of a park. Close your eyes and listen for a few minutes.
What you hear is the collective energy of hundreds of people gathering to learn, share, and grow.
Families, students and teammates leave with confidence, new friendships and new skills.

Investment Numbers

Making An Impact In Our Communities

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Baltimore city residents have access to beautiful parks and lively greenspaces in underserved communities.
Middle school aged youth reached in 14 city public schools through 9 sports leagues
Percentage of students enrolled in 2019 SuperKids Camp that finished at or above grade level reading.
Youth, per year, engaged in out of school programs promoting environmental education, social-emotional competency, and character development
Percentage of Branches interns who were accepted into college, a job training program, or offered employment upon graduation.
Amount Parks & People has raised and re-invested in Baltimore parks, recreation, and environmental programs.

In Progress: Darley Gateway Park

Darley Gateway Park is a .75 acre green space that for over two decades, had been vacant, only being used as a dumping ground and source of blight.

In Phase 1, amenities such as a community stage, new seating, a lush lawn for recreational opportunities, and stormwater planters and a bosque of trees that provides shade to new benches and chess tables were added. Planning for Phase 2 is underway.

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The 10th Annual Parks & People Foundation Picnic in the Park will be held Friday, September 25, 2020!

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“As Parks & People Foundation’s President & CEO, and as a native Baltimorean, it is my goal to give the children of my beloved city every chance to succeed. I know firsthand the transformative power of programs that embrace the talent and desire for learning within children and help them reach their potential.”

Franklin Lance

President & CEO

“My most memorable experience this season was being able to really experience proper teamwork and a good relationship with my teammates. Having a good, friendly competitive relationship with other teams. But the best experience has to be growing close to people and making connections I didn’t ever think I’d make.”


Middle Schools Sports Participant

“I made so many new friends. We planted a garden and came back all summer to make sure vegetables were growing. They grew. And then we made pizzas with our garden toppings!”

Branches Student

Branches Participant

“Branches is a meaningful internship for young people that provides space to grow as environmental stewards and opportunities to engage and improve Baltimore communities.”

Blake Wrigley

Branches Team Leader

Ready to get involved?

We cannot achieve our mission without the help and support of peple like you.
We offer a variety of opportunities for individuals and groups of all sizes,
abilities and interests to serve as a committed and caring volunteer.

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