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Since the National Park Service’s inception in 1916, separate local park partners have played an important role in the parks community by supporting the success of a specific national park(s) with time, expertise, and privately-raised funds. Today, approximately 250 local philanthropic organizations across the country provide critical support to national parks and programs. The National Park Foundation’s community partnerships team serves as a catalyst, resource, and national voice for philanthropic park partners, also known as “Friends Groups.”
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For information or questions about the National Park Foundation’s Park Partners program, a community of nonprofit philanthropic park partners, volunteer groups, cooperating associations, service corps, and other park allies, please contact [email protected].
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