The City of Oaks Foundation, a nonprofit
aligned with the Depar tment of Parks,
Recreation and Cultural Resources, is making
it possible for more children and teens to
par ticipate in outdoor, nature-based programs
and summer camps.
The foundation’s Give Play initiative provides
need-based scholarships for youth ages 7-17 to
attend a week of summer camp free of charge!
As of press time,
full scholarships had been
awarded for summer 2015.
for youth development
from the Duke Energy Foundation, with a
por tion going toward Give Play.
• Co-hosted the annual open garden day
on April 4 at Joslin garden with the Joslin
family and the Parks, Recreation and
Cultural Resources Depar tment.
• Par ticipated in Indy Week’s Give!Guide
2014, which helps fund and promote local
nonprofits. The foundation raised
through this program.
Ra l e i gh Parks, Rec r eaton and Cu ltura l Resour ces