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CloroxPro's Placemaking Partnership with Project for Public Spaces

At the ISSA Show North America 2019 annual conference, CloroxPro announced a partnership with leading non-profit Project for Public Spaces that will help advance its mission to improve public health by connecting individuals and empowering them to thrive as a community.

In partnership with Project for Public Spaces, CloroxPro will further its commitment to public health and work to strengthen the social fabric of communities. Communities thrive when people feel connected to each other, beyond just a shared zip code. CloroxPro and Project for Public Spaces will help create spaces and programs where people can share experiences and build relationships to improve well-being, public health, social connections and economic opportunity within their local community.

Project for Public Spaces is a leading non-profit planning, design and education organization dedicated to helping people create and sustain public spaces that build stronger communities. Their pioneering approach helps citizens transform their public spaces into vital places that highlight local assets, spur rejuvenation and serve common needs.

Together with local communities, CloroxPro and Project for Public Spaces will work collaboratively to identify and address community needs in a process known as “placemaking.”

Placemaking is a community-based process that empowers people to reimagine and reinvent public spaces around the specific needs and desires of the community as a whole. Many factors that determine physical, mental and social well-being converge in the places where we live and work. Strengthening the connection between people and the places they share, placemaking brings people together and is a powerful catalyst for community revitalization.

Visit www.CloroxPro.com and www.PPS.org and follow @CloroxPro and @PPS_Placemaking on Twitter for more information as the partnership unfolds.

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 11/21/2019

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