Current Adoption Partners

APM (logo features two stylized figures in motion, perhaps dancing, below and to the left of the initials APM. To the right of the figures, it says ...for everyone - the full name, Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha, is written across the top.)
Carl Mackley Apartments & Cayuga Triangle, with TTF Watershed Partnership
Centennial Parkside Community Development Corporation (logo features a large C, with a leaf covering the bottom half, wrapping around the beginning of the word Centennial)
Friends of Vernon Park (logo shows the name in the lower half of a rectangle, with the upper half dominated by vines). and TTF Watershed Partnership (logo features a square illustration of a stream, surrounded by greenery, with the Philadelphia skyline in the background - to the right of the illustration, Tookany/Tacony-Frankford is written in bold blue, with Watershed Partnership, Inc. written below in lighter weight grey text.)
Frankford Community Development Corporation (logo features the words FRANKFORD COMMUNITY slightly staggered, aligned with the horizontal lines of a graphic resembling a simple weaving of semi-transparent stripes - above/right of the name, the stripes are hot pink, below/left they are blue. The words DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION are nestled into the bottom right corner)
Hunting Park Community Garden logo and North10 logo side by side
Make The World Better (logo features a circular mark divided into colorful rectangles next to the lowercase acronym mtwb, with MAKE THE WORLD BETTER written small underneath, in increasingly bolder letters)
South Kensington Community Partners
Southwest CDC (logo shows the text in the southwest quadrant of a compass rose)
Roxborough Manayunk Conservancy

Adoption in the News

Michael Wilcox prepares the Hunting Park Community Garden for a comeback
on GridPhilly (July 2023)

Building Better Streets
on Regional Plan Association (March 2023)

A Win Win for Water
on The Philadelphia Citizen (March 2022)

Green City, Clean Waters: Supporting You & Your Neighbors
on @PhillyH2O Blog (June 2021)

Top Five Reasons to Soak It Up with PWD
on @PhillyH2O Blog (Dec. 2019)

Could You Join Our Team and Adopt a Rain Garden in 2019?
on @PhillyH2O Blog (Dec. 2018)

Rain, rain flows away, no longer puddles at Malcolm X Park
on WHYY’s Plan Philly (Aug. 2018)