Corporate Partners

The National Park Foundation gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the Corporate Partners listed below (as of February 2018).

$1,000,000 and Above

As a Premier partner of the Find Your Park movement, 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.

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 about Aramark 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 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 about Coca-Cola North America by clicking here

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 Conservation Fund and Disney Friends for Change hope to ignite kids’ imaginations through nature exploration and help them develop lifelong conservation values. Learn more about Disney by clicking here.

Hallmark Channel is a 24-hour cable television network and the country’s leading destination for holiday entertainment. In 2016, the network entered into a partnership with the National Park Foundation as the exclusive broadcast home of the National Christmas Tree Lighting. The one-hour special airs as part of Hallmark Channel’s highly popular annual “Countdown to Christmas” programming event, bringing this cherished national tradition to millions of viewers nationwide. Learn more about Hallmark Channel 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.

As a Premier partner of the Find Your Park movement and the official health care sponsor of the National Park Service, Humana encourages everyone to enjoy America's national parks as a resource to stay healthy and active. Humana has collaborated with the parks to help Americans achieve their best health through programs like the “Bring the Parks to You” tour, Senior Skip Day as well as a pilot program, Park Rx. Learn more about Humana by clicking here.

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 about Musco 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. Learn more about Nature Valley by clicking here. 

The Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA) is the trade association representing the out of home (OOH) advertising industry. OAAA is a passionate advocate and a progressive thought leader that protects, unites, and advances the interests of OOH. The industry regularly provides free advertising space for charitable causes, donating more than $500 million annually. In partnership with the National Park Foundation, OAAA and the OOH industry provided more than $7 million in donated media to support the “Find Your Park” campaign. Learn more about OAAA by clicking here.

As longstanding supporter of the National Park System, REI is focused on unlocking the spirit that infuses the parks so more people can go deeper and find more in our national parks. REI believes a life outdoors is a life well lived, and that everyone should have access to the outdoors. As a co-op they strive to inspire, educate and outfit for a lifetime of outdoor adventure and stewardship. That’s why, since 1938, they’ve invited, encouraged and energized their co-op members to discover America’s wondrous natural spaces in ways they haven’t yet imagined. Learn more about REI by clicking here.

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. Learn more about Subaru by clicking here.

For more than 150 years, Union Pacific Railroad 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 the 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.

Pendleton Woolen Mills and the national parks have been inseparable for over a century. In celebration of the concurrent centennial anniversaries of the iconic Glacier Stripe National Park Blanket and the National Park Service in 2016, Pendleton partnered with the National Park Foundation in support of two landmark-restoration projects at Glacier and Grand Canyon National Parks. The national parks have remained an important part of Pendleton’s heritage and their National Park Collection continues to honor these great American treasures. Learn more about Pendleton Woolen Mills by clicking here. 


$100,000-$499,999

  • AT&T
  • BNSF Railway
  • Chevron
  • Farberware
  • GE Lighting*
  • Google, Inc.*
  • Google.org Charitable Giving Fund of Tides Foundation
  • Harland-Clarke
  • Pacific Gas and Electric Company
  • Sunshine Bouquet
  • The North Face
  • The UPS Foundation
  • Tyson Foods, Inc.
  • Vacation Races

Under $100,000

Aflac Incorporated, Airbnb, Altruette, Applewood Books, Brooks Running Company, CamelBak, Chaco, Charity Miles, Celestron, Checks in the Mail, Clear Defense, Climate Ride, Columbia, Comcast, Crown Trails Headwear, Eagles Nest Outfitters, ecoStick Sweeteners, Evolve, Free People, Greenvelope, Guest Services Inc., Harney & Sons Fine Teas, Historic Hotels of America*, History Associates, HOKA ONE ONE, Hub Group, Humble Bundle, Hydro Flask, J.Crew, L.L.Bean, Marine Layer, Microsoft Corporation, Motorola Solutions Foundation, O.A.R.S., Osprey Packs, Parks Project, Polaris, Random House, Salesforce, Sourcebooks, Stabil Gear, Tailgate Clothing Co., Tango Card, Target, Tourism Cares, Transcend Insights, Twitter*, USAopoly, Yakima Products Inc., 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 Stephanie Yeldell, Coordinator, Corporate Partnerships, at (202) 796-2495, or via email at [email protected]