Project Builders Youth Builders
Petal Pusher VolunteerVolunteer working on improving a local park.
Project Petals in your communityFounder and Executive Director Alicia White with Tiffany and volunteers.
Project Petals at workVolunteers widening the path for a safer commute.
Founder of the Project Petals Youth Builders ProgramStudents learning about architecture, urban planning, engineering and design.
Project Petals planningVolunteers along with The Parks Department gearing up to revitalize a local park.
Project Petals Youth Builders ProgramStudents learning about architecture at our Project Petals Youth Builders Program.
More than 80 percent of the American population lives in cities and suburban areas, and this number will increase every year.
Project Petals is working to ensure that communities in under-resourced areas are environmentally and economically sound.
More than 54 percent of the world’s population lives in urban areas. Both rural and subsections of urban areas are economically disadvantaged and environmentally vulnerable with little to no resources. Project Petals is working to bring awareness around these world issues.
What we do?
Volunteering to revitalize communities while fostering internal leadership.
Restoring communities and urban neighborhoods environment and potential
Education and Empowerment
Helping youth through the Project Petals Youth Builders Program build leadership skills, re-imagine their communities and serve as a gateway to post-secondary education.
Advocating for progressive and positive changes in communities
Serving our neighborhoods, communities and people within them
Building and foresting internal community leadership and progress