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NPF Celebrates 2022 Accomplishments

By Rebecca Watson

In fiscal year 2022, the National Park Foundation (NPF) granted over $59 million to parks and partner organizations, funding programs and projects across the country. NPF’s 2022 Annual Report highlights projects demonstrating the depth and breadth of NPF’s work – from connecting 20,000 local students with San Antonio Missions National Historical Park to enabling Indigenous scholars and artists to produce new art installations at Yellowstone National Park.

NPF’s work is helping protect our public lands, tell the stories tied to these places, and connect visitors to over 400 national park sites within the National Park System through unique and empowering experiences. Our national parks are for everyone, and at NPF, we know we all have a part to play in ensuring they are enjoyed for generations to come.

It’s work that builds on the 50+ years of NPF’s work in parks, and it is work we are excited to continue and expand as the needs of parks and park visitors evolve. Explore NPF’s 2022 Annual Report and learn how you can support this important work.