HOW IT HELPS
Your donation to Glen Canyon Conservancy allows our organization to fund numerous projects through our park partners. These funds are invested in year-round programs and special events that keep these public lands vibrant.
Since our founding, Glen Canyon Conservancy has donated more than $1 million in direct and in-kind support to our partners, including the National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation and National Forest Service.
- Your donations have a direct impact on critical infrastructure improvement projects, preservation of historic sites for future generations, education and community outreach programs and the cultivation of the next generation of public lands stewards.
- With your generous support, we will continue to pursue a shared passion for these special places and inspire others to care for them too. Help us protect this American treasure forever.
Ways to donate
Your donations to the Glen Canyon Conservancy help sustain and conserve your public lands, which collectively preserve more than five million acres of America’s public lands. Donations in any amount, from one-time gifts to recurring monthly contributions, are among the most helpful ways that you can support GCC and public lands. You can donate right here, online, in store, over the phone or by mail.
GCC accepts cash donations, bequests and in-kind support. Your donation is tax-deductible. Glen Canyon Conservancy is a registered nonprofit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Our EIN/Tax ID is 74-2429545
FUNDS AT WORK
Your donation to Glen Canyon Conservancy allows our organization to fund numerous projects through our park partners. These funds are invested in year-round programs and special events that keep these public lands vibrant. Ongoing programs include:
Providing Information Specialists to operate visitor centers throughout the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, working alongside our agency partners to provide directions, safety information and up-to-date trail information to the more than 2 million visitors who visit our area.
Paleontology field school for 7th graders in the Salt Lake City area with Bureau of Land Management (BLM) paleontologist Dr. Alan Titus to make backcountry field work more accessible in an urban setting.
The Graffiti Removal & Intervention Team (GRIT), a Volunteer-in-Park program of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, which has removed over __ of graffiti.
Dark sky advocacy and programming like the Navajo Bridge Star Party, Perseid Meteor viewing and others. Historic and cultural preservation at Lees Ferry, Defiance House and archeological sites on the Grand Staircase.
Glen Canyon Lecture Series–a ten-year partnership with the Powell Museum & Archives and Page Public Library, providing free community access to a diverse range of area relevant subjects from the topic experts themselves.
Citizen science research events like the annual Christmas Bird Count for Kids, Glen Canyon Bat Festival, Horseshoe Bend native plant restoration project and the incentivised brown trout harvest and invasive species monitoring program.
Community outreach programs informing the next generation of public lands stewards and employees, helping students learn about the wide range of career opportunities in the outdoors.
Essential informative signage across Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
School programs like Bridging the Gap which provides in-classroom and field experience, teaching local 4th graders about the National Park System and what it protects.
Eight years of symbolic animal adoption programs that continue to support wildlife research and monitoring.
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