Check out photos from Four Freedoms Park's second annual Kite Flight for Peace event.
We recently learned that one of our volunteers, Charles Schwarz, passed away. Charlie, as he was known to us, joined the Four Freedoms Park community in early 2014, quickly becoming one of the most steadfast and loyal members of our volunteer group.
On Wednesday, July 13, the Park received a special visit from elected officials.
We are thrilled to welcome our new Vice President of Development, Howard Axel to the Conservancy! We asked Howard to answer a few questions so you could get to know him better - read on to see what he has to say.
On May 10, the New York Times published an article titled, "City and Nonprofit Clash Over Accessibility of Roosevelt Memorial." We want to share our response to the Editor of the New York Times, and reiterate that Four Freedoms Park Conservancy is - and always has been - committed to accessibility for the disabled.
On Saturday, April 16 at 11am Four Freedoms Park welcomed its 500,00th (and 500,001st) visitors to the Park: Paul and Edith from Antwerp, Belgium!