The Outdoors Alliance for Kids (OAK) is a national strategic partnership of 100+ organizations from diverse sectors with a common interest in connecting children, youth and families with the outdoors. OAK’s members are brought together by the belief that the wellness of current and future generations, the health of our planet and communities and the economy of the future depend on humans having a personal, direct and life-long relationship with nature and the outdoors.
Photo Credit: National Park Service; OAK helps launch Every Kid in a Park in Washington, D.C.
The Every Kid Outdoors Act has passed, authorizing the Every Kid Outdoors (formerly Every Kid in a Park) program for seven years.
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You can support OAK’s work to connect children to nature by donating! Help us achieve our dream of seeing every child play outside, touch soil, feel rain, watch leaves fall, sleep under the stars, count waves, eat food fresh from the garden, roll down a hill, catch a fish and enjoy the satisfaction of climbing to the top of a hill or a tree.