Every dollar that we raise now up to $450,000 will be matched by NPS to help us get children to our national parks.
Students from Washington D.C. with DOI Secretary Sally Jewell and rock climbing icon Tommy Caldwell. Photo courtesy of Tami Heilemann.
Last fall, NPT, National Park Service, Chevron and Molycorp celebrated the dedication of the Ivanpah Desert Tortoise Research Facility and its conveyance to NPS along with the 7 acres of land around the facility. Read More.
Get your own Buddy Bison here and let us know Where's Buddy Bison Been?
#GivingTuesday is here. Just $20 can make a real difference.
It’s finally here—the second annual #GivingTuesday. Your donation of just $20 can provide transportation for 2 children to enjoy a park and create memories that will be treasured forever!
Lloyd, a middle school student from Baltimore, MD, was introduced to National Park Trust through the Where’s Buddy Bison Been? school program. Through his many trips to parks with NPT, Lloyd soon realized that having a safe place to play outdoors was not just important to him but also to his friends and community. He was inspired to advocate for the renovation of a local park near his home which was dedicated in 2012. "This park was a wreck. Now, it is a great place to play and be with friends.”
Lloyd with Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake at park dedication
We’ve set a goal to raise $2,013 – will you help us? Your donation will help students like Lloyd, participate in National Park Trust’s environmental education program, Where’s Buddy Bison Been?.
We’ll let you know if we met our goal next week. Or follow us on Facebook or Twitter for up-to-the-minute goal reporting.
Thank you. Everything we are able to do, is because of the generosity of people like you.
Grace Lee Executive Director National Park Trust
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