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Why Support WSPF?


Washington’s wonderful State Parks are the centerpiece of one of the most livable regions in the country. And they are popular, boasting more visitors each year than all of the national parks in the state combined. Our State Parks system deserves serious support and investment—Washingtonians expect this, and local communities depend on it.

A contribution to Washington State Parks Foundation is an investment in the future of your parks. We are the only non-profit organization committed to protecting and improving all of Washington’s State Parks through advocacy, educational programs, project funding, and building a network of park supporters.

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Ways to Give


Become a Member
Our member base makes all our work possible. Show your support for State Parks.
Join or renew today.

Become a Monthly Donor
Your monthly support will sustain our year-round efforts on behalf of State Parks.
Donate.

Honorary Donations
Honor someone with a contribution in their name to support Washington’s State Parks.
Give a Tribute.

More Ways to Give


Please contact John Floberg, Executive Director, at john@wspf.org for more information about any of the opportunities listed below. We welcome your support.

Sponsor a Park Improvement Project
Our State Parks need help. We keep a list of worthy park improvement projects that are just waiting for a sponsor. You can make a tangible difference.

Gifts of Stock
We welcome donations of stock, bonds or mutual funds in support of our work on behalf of Washington’s State Parks.

Legacy Giving
You can leave a legacy of wonderful State Parks for future generations by remembering Washington State Parks Foundation in your will or estate plan.

Corporate Partnerships
Washington’s State Parks are great for business, too. We welcome partnerships with companies looking to make strategic investments in Washington’s quality of life.

All donations to Washington State Parks Foundation are tax-deductible.

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