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.
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. Learn more about how your company can support our national parks.
“As a Union Pacific Railroad dispatcher, I control train movement, much like an air traffic controller, helping crews safely move the goods Americans use every day to our nation’s busiest cities and quietest towns. Our trains pass through beautiful, rugged landscapes that inspire exploration and a love of the great outdoors, much like the national parks. In fact, Union Pacific trains took the first explorers to national parks when visiting these iconic western landmarks was virtually impossible.
I love traveling to different places, and visiting historic sites and national parks where I can build memories with my family. Union Pacific believes it’s important to connect children to the parks at an early age, helping them develop a sense of adventure, while educating them about science, history, conservation and their role protecting national and local treasures. It’s why Union Pacific is proud to support the National Park Foundation’s Open OutDoors for Kids (OOK) program. We hope that the thousands of students who experience these unforgettable adventures through OOK field trips will encourage their families to visit the parks in their own backyard.”
– Leticia Cendejas Rojas, Union Pacific Train Dispatcher