A Greener, Healthier,
More Welcoming & Just Community
Over the last 12 years, Rock to Rock has raised more than $1.9 million to support local environmental work. YOU and other amazing Rock to Rock riders, sponsors, and donors, have done so much to grow a healthier, greener, welcoming, just community.
YOU have helped make all this possible ...
Pioneering real, grassroots responses to climate change | Planting thousands of street trees | Sustaining and growing more than 50 urban greenspaces and more than 50 school and community gardens | Creating more than 1,000 green jobs for New Haven young people | Stewarding dozens of city & state parks | Growing tens of thousands of pounds of healthy, local produce | Creating a city-wide culture of cycling, thanks to bike shares, bike recycling, bike lanes, and cycling celebrations | Getting tens of thousands of children and adults out into the natural world | Restoring habitat in parks and schoolyards | Growing vibrant farmer's markets and local farms | Turning trash to treasure | Improving air and water quality, and fighting environmental injustice | Providing healthy food to our neighbors who need it most
Critical Year for Community and Public Health
Many of our partners are stepping up in new ways to keep our community healthy and strong: Delivering local, fresh food to neighbors who are stuck at home. Moving their educational programs online to reach kids where they are. Providing support to our most vulnerable neighbors. And all of them are continuing to step up to face the slower-moving climate emergency that's still in the background and to work in a hundred different ways to make our community greener, healthier, more welcoming, and more connected.
Who could have imagined the environmental challenges and choices we face today?
A climate emergency. Huge public health challenges?
What will New Haven and our planet look like in another 50 years?
We get to decide, with our actions and voices, what come next. Will you step up to raise support for the organizations working for a greener, healthier, more welcoming and just community, now and into the future? It's going to take all of us.