Ways to Give

Give to WNPA for National Parks

Your donations are vital to meet the needs of 70+ national parks who partner with Western National Parks Association. Our joint goal: Enhance the park experience for today’s and tomorrow’s visitors. Your support helps us develop programs, services, and products that encourage future generations to connect with these national treasures.

Here’s a short list of what donations help us support:

For over 80 years, WNPA has created experiences and memories that last a lifetime. Your donation allows us to continue that legacy for future generations.

How to Support WNPA

Donate

Make a donation of any amount. Gifts of all sizes significantly enhance our efforts in partner parks. Your donation will directly support our mission:

In partnership with the National Park Service since 1938, Western National Parks Association advances education, interpretation, research and community engagement to ensure the national parks are increasingly valued by everyone.

As the needs of our national parks continue to grow, WNPA is dedicated to educating the next generation about the amazing resources in our partner parks. We strive to help our parks remain relevant to a more urban and diverse population. By providing accessible programs in metropolitan areas and expanding awareness of our parks we hope to create the next generation of advocates.

Leave a Legacy

Would you like to create a lasting legacy for national parks, protecting these special places for all time? Put WNPA in your will or estate plan and let us know when you do. For information about planned giving, contact Caroline Lochner by calling 520-789-7325 or by email.

Give Monthly

Set up a regularly scheduled donation.

Shop

All proceeds from The National Park Store and online store fund our programs.

Park Protector

Join our community of supporters who love national parks.

$50: 32 children receive Junior Ranger activity books.

$100: One teen attends a week-long camping trip to learn environmental literacy and leadership skills.

$250: Hundreds of park visitors watch a cultural demonstration that keeps Pueblo history alive.

$500: 100 people attend a desert wildlife lecture at WNPA headquarters.

$1,000: Wildlife habitats in our national parks that are subjects of ongoing research.

Western National Parks Association, tax id #86-0107049, is a 501 (c) (3) tax exempt organization.Your donation or Park Protector membership is tax deductible to the extent allowed by the law.