Boosts investment in nonprofit capacity building by nearly $2 million
WASHINGTON, Sept. 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The National Park Foundation (NPF) announced more than $1.7 million in new funding to support 41 park partner organizations across the country. The grants will enable partner organizations to invest in strategic planning, community engagement, improving visitor experience in parks, increasing organizational relevancy and resiliency, and launching new fundraising campaigns.
The funding initiative is part of the National Park Foundation’s Strong Parks, Strong Communities program to cultivate and expand national park philanthropy working in partnership with the National Park Service, and Friends Alliance.
“Philanthropy and partnership are essential to the success of America’s national parks,” said Will Shafrothpresident and CEO of the National Park Foundation. “New funding will help park partners across the country to build capacity, improve …