Our Partners

"We have fallen heirs to the most glorious heritage a people ever received, and each one must do his part if we wish to show that the nation is worthy of its good fortune."
-Theodore Roosevelt

 

Corporate support has played an important role in the National Park System since its inception in 1916. This tradition of generous, committed support continues today and is critical to the success and longevity of our national parks. Many of the national parks and programs that exist today would not be possible without corporate funding. The National Park Foundation depends on partners like you to realize tremendous improvements and innovative programming that enhances and sustains the National Park Service's margin of excellence.

The Centennial of the National Park Service in 2016 presents numerous opportunities for corporate partnerships to further bolster our national parks. We offer a variety of platforms for companies and their employees to become involved and engaged with America’s iconic treasures. Whether your interest lies with a corporate membership, sponsorship or philanthropic support, the National Park Foundation can help meet your unique objectives.

Ways Your Company Can Get Involved:

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Current Corporate Donors

The National Park Foundation gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the Corporate Partners listed below. To view our Centennial Partners click here.


$1,000,000 and Above

  • Aramark is a professional services organization and leading concessionaire of parks, resorts and hospitality services. Past grantee projects have ranged from a Northwest Bear Safety Initiative in Alaska, to overhauling infrastructure at nine in-park community gardens in Washington, DC, to conserving historic paintings in Iowa. Learn More »

  • The Coca-Cola Company has a long-standing relationship with the National Park System. Through its support, Coca-Cola North America is helping to restore, maintain and create walking and hiking trails within national parks across the country. Their commitment provides support for public education that will encourage Americans to discover and enjoy the parks as part of a healthy lifestyle. Learn more »

  • Disney is proud to support Open Outdoors for Kids, which makes a park experience possible for tens of thousands of young people. Together with the National Park Foundation, the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund and Disney Friends for Change hope to ignite kids’ imaginations through nature exploration and help them develop lifelong conservation values. Disney Citizenship.

  • L.L.Bean's commitment to the outdoors is shown through its partnership with the Foundation. The National Park Foundation is designated as a charity of choice for donated L.L.Bean Coupon Dollars through its loyalty program. Each time Cardmembers make a purchase with their L.L.Bean Visa Card, they earn Coupon Dollars and have the option to donate those Coupon Dollars to support the work of the National Park Foundation. Learn more »

  • Musco Lighting has been a longstanding supporter of the national park system, designing innovative lighting solutions for some of our nation’s most well-known national parks and monuments. Through a unique partnership with the National Park Foundation, the company brings over 30 years of experience in the lighting industry to providing energy-efficient systems to national parks. Learn more »

  • Subaru of America, Inc. partners with the National Park Foundation in a variety of ways, most notably through the Subaru “Share the Love” event. During the “Share the Love” event, for every new vehicle purchased or leased, Subaru has donated $250 to the owner’s choice of participating charities. As a result of this promotion, Subaru has donated nearly $3 million to the Foundation in support of America’s national parks.

$500,000-$999,999

  • AIR WICK® (part of RECKITT BENCKISER) is a leading brand in home fragrances since 1943 and has partnered with the National Park Foundation to launch a fragrance collection uniquely inspired by America’s national parks. The Limited Edition National Park Collection includes annual Spring and Fall editions. The National Park Collection from Air Wick hopes to inspire families to experience our parks first‐hand and begin a lifelong relationship with America’s most treasured places. Learn more »

  • Church & Dwight, Co., (maker of the ARM & HAMMER ™) line of consumer products), is a well-known and trusted manufacturer of household goods and believes in linking strong business performance to support for charitable and environmental projects. Through its Clean Scentsations™ Collection featuring national park inspired laundry detergents, ARM & HAMMER™ supports NPF’s vital preservation and conservation efforts across the National Park System. 

$100,000-$499,999

  • Cable Shopping Network
  • Celestron
  • Eastern National
  • GE Lighting
  • Globus family of brands
  • Harland-Clarke
  • Macy’s
  • Pendleton
  • The UPS Foundation
  • Vacation Races

Under $100,000

The Ahmanson Foundation, Alaska Airlines, Altruette, The Boeing Company, CH2M HILL, Checks in the Mail, Columbia Sportswear, Comcast, CSX, Edison Electric Institute, FITS Socks, The Fernandez Pave the Way Foundation, Go RVing, Hard Rock Café, Harney & Sons Fine Teas, Historic Hotels of America, History Associates, Motorola Solutions Foundation, Nicolas Holiday, O.A.R.S., Random House (Fodor’s), REI, Rovio Angry Birds, Sourcebooks, Scripps Network (Travel Channel), Southwest Airlines, Tailgate Clothing, Co., Taos Mountain Energy Bars, TerraYebo, Inc., Time Warner Cable, Tourism Cares, Union Pacific, USAOPOLY.


Contact

Liz Gustafson
Coordinator, Corporate Partnerships
(202) 796-3124
[email protected]