Corporate Partners

The National Park Foundation gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the Corporate Partners listed below (as of October 2019).

$1,000,000 and Above

The National Park Foundation is proud to recognize Subaru as the largest corporate partner of the Centennial Campaign for America’s National Parks, providing nearly $20 million in support since 2013. Subaru made the National Park Foundation an early partner of the Subaru “Share the Love” event, became the sole automotive partner of the of the Find Your Park/Encuentra tu Parque campaign, and shared zero-landfill expertise through the Don’t Feed the Landfills initiative - helping parks eliminate over 6 million pounds of waste. Learn more about Subaru by clicking here.

American Express is proud to join the efforts to mobilize a new generation of volunteers to protect, conserve and revitalize America's public lands and treasured historic places so they may be enjoyed for another 100 years. Founded in 1850, American Express is a global services company, providing customers with access to products, insights and experiences that enrich lives and build business success. Learn more about corporate social responsibility at American Express by clicking here.

As a premier partner of the Find Your Park movement, Budweiser is proud to encourage our fans to explore life’s greatest wonders and where better than in America’s national parks. At Budweiser, our goal has always been to produce the best lager and the best experiences without compromise. Our company has pledged to safeguard these breathtaking landscapes and historic and cultural sites by partnering with the National Park Foundation to inspire the next generation of park stewards. Learn more about Budweiser by clicking here.

The Coca-Cola Company has a long-standing relationship with the National Park System. Through its support, Coca-Cola North America is providing critical funds to help national parks connect with their local communities and improve park resources. Whether increasing access to recreation opportunities or building community stewardship, Coca-Cola is committed to strengthening and engaging national park communities. Learn More about Coca-Cola North America by clicking here

A part of the fabric of America since 1901, Hanes is partnering with the National Park Foundation to inspire people from all backgrounds to connect with, celebrate, and support America’s national parks and community-based programs. A socially responsible leading global marketer of everyday basic innerwear and activewear apparel, HanesBrands has a commendable record of environmental and social stewardship. As part of the National Park Foundation partnership, HanesBrands will market officially licensed clothing under its leading brands, including Hanes, Champion, Alternative and Gear for Sports. Learn more about HanesBrands by clicking here.

L.L.Bean designs products that make it easier for everyone to spend time outside together. So naturally they’re proud to partner with the National Park Foundation to help you find your park. With more than 400 park sites in the U.S., yours is probably closer than you think. In fact, most Americans have one within 100 miles of their home. Learn more about L.L.Bean by clicking here.

Nature Valley has supported, restored, and protected America’s national parks for over a decade. As an extension of its support, Nature Valley is committing a minimum donation of $2.5 million over the next three years to continue supporting America’s national treasures. This donation, in part, will provide funds to improve and restore critical parts of trails, resulting in better access to experience 10,000 miles of trails throughout the National Park System. Learn more about Nature Valley by clicking here. 

As a proud supporter of the National Park Foundation, Nissan TITAN is committed to the conservation of America’s parks and encourages a purposeful connection to nature and the outdoors. It takes a Titan to go out of the way to make a way for others, so we’re supporting service projects all over the country to help more people get involved with revitalizing and protecting these treasured places. Join us in preserving America’s parks while inspiring future generations to do the same. Learn more about Calling All TITANs by clicking here.

As a premier Find Your Park partner and the largest private sponsor of Open OutDoors for Kids, Union Pacific Railroad is proud to encourage young adventurers to explore America’s national parks. For more than 150 years, Union Pacific has traversed the beautiful scenery of our nation's western states, delivering the goods Americans use every day. When the National Park Service was created, Union Pacific's family of railroads allowed travelers to experience the wonderment of the new national parks, working hand-in-hand to develop the infrastructure that park visitors still treasure. Today, Union Pacific remains committed to sharing the wonders of our American nation with the next generation of park goers through our commitment to the National Park Foundation. Learn more about Union Pacific's giving programs by clicking here.

$500,000 - $999,999

Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems. A top U.S. exporter, the company supports airlines and U.S. and allied government customers in 150 countries. Boeing products and tailored services include commercial and military aircraft, satellites, weapons, electronic and defense systems, launch systems, advanced information and communication systems, and performance-based logistics and training. Learn more about Boeing by clicking here.

Winnebago Industries seeks to inspire new generations of outdoor enthusiasts and enable transformative outdoor experiences. For more than six decades, Winnebago, Grand Design RV, and Chris-Craft have created products that enable customers to explore America’s national parks. As a supporting partner of the Find Your Park movement, Winnebago Industries is proud to strengthen that connection by inspiring people of all backgrounds and abilities to discover #ParksLessTraveled and share their own unique connections to America’s national parks.  Learn more about Winnebago Industries by clicking here.


$100,000-$499,999

  • 3M Open Fund
  • Alpina
  • Asset Marketing Services, LLC
  • Chaco
  • Chevron
  • The Coca-Cola Foundation
  • Evolve
  • Farberware
  • Free People
  • GE Lighting*
  • Google, Inc.*
  • Google.org Charitable Giving Fund of Tides Foundation
  • The Great American Wine Company
  • Harland-Clarke
  • Joovy
  • La Colombe Coffee Roasters
  • Niantic
  • Northrop Grumman
  • The North Face
  • Pendleton Woolen Mills
  • REI
  • Sierra
  • Tito’s Handmade Vodka
  • The UPS Foundation
  • Wyoming Whiskey

* Donated all or part in-kind support


Under $100,000

Applewood Books, Art Rangers, Bandit Wine, Burt’s Bees, Celestron, Checks in the Mail, Climate Ride, Columbia, Crown Trails Headwear, Expedia, Greenvelope, Guest Services Inc., Harney & Sons Fine Teas, Historic Hotels of America*, History Associates, Humana, Hub Group, Humble Bundle, Hydro Flask, Kate’s Real Food, Merrell, Microwave Telemetry, Nest, OARS, Paddywax, Parks Project, Pepparchment Publishing, Polaris*, Random House, Sourcebooks, Stabil Gear, Tailgate Clothing Co., Tango Card, Todd Snyder, Tourism Cares, University of Virginia Press, USAopoly, Worldclass Collections, YETI

* Donated all or part in-kind support


Contact

National Park Foundation corporate partners must meet established minimum levels of support and agree to follow the policies and guidelines of the National Park Service, applicable Better Business Bureau guidelines for consumer transparency, and federal or state requirements for participation. For any questions about NPF’s Corporate Partnerships Program, please contact us, at (202) 796-2500, or via email at [email protected]