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Places for kids just to be kids.

Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry founded the Eric Berry Foundation in 2010 to restore community parks in an effort to create places where “kids can just be kids.” The foundation’s first project, which began in the summer of 2010, is the rejuvenation of Clarence Duncan Park in Fairburn, Ga. Following the refurbishment of Duncan Park, the Eric Berry Foundation is committed to forming partnerships in Knoxville and Kansas City in order to restore community parks in need and give kids a safe place where they can go to learn, play and thrive.

About Eric

About Eric

Eric hails from Fairburn, Georgia, where he grew up playing football at Duncan Park.  He went on to the University of Tennessee where he was a Jim Thorpe Award winner and two-time All-American.  He was drafted fifth overall by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2010 NFL Draft. Read more

Our Projects

Our Projects

Before setting off to training camp, the first order of business was to rebuild Duncan Park in Eric’s hometown of Fairburn, GA. Read more