Join the Trustees for the Parks, our community of national park enthusiasts.

Become a Trustee for the Parks Join today

You can also renew your Trustee membership.

When you join the Trustees for the Parks with a gift of a $1,000 or more, you take an active role in assisting NPCA to advocate for our national parks. In recognition of your generous annual support, you’ll gain unique access and insight into our advocacy work, as well as receive invitations to special events throughout the year including our speaker series, receptions, park tours and volunteer opportunities.

Established in 1919, the National Parks Conservation Association is America’s only private, nonprofit advocacy organization dedicated solely to protecting, preserving and enhancing the U.S. National Park System. Over the last 97 years, NPCA has depended on the commitment and strength of our loyal members for the many achievements we’ve made on behalf of the national parks.

We hope you take pride in the role you play in helping ensure the national parks are well protected and well-funded, not just today, but for generations to come. Thank you for your support!

Speaker Series

The speaker series honors National Parks Conservation Association’s generous community of donors in their local communities, offering presentations and interviews from our staff experts on a wide variety of national park topics.

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Upcoming Activities

For more information, please email Mary Murtala at

Contact Us In The Field

Paul Balle, Seattle, WA Regional Director of Development: Alaska, Northern Rockies and Northwest
206.276.2597 |

Roxanne Bradley, San Francisco, CA/Washington, DC Regional Director of Development: Northern California, Southwest, Hawaii and Pacific Islands
202.454.3303 |

Molly K. Galvin, New York, NY Regional Director of Development, Northeast 212.244.6086 |

Diane Gerrish, Chicago, IL Regional Director of Development: Midwest
312.267.0825 |

Eric Olson, Washington, DC Director, Regional Director of Development: Mid-Atlantic
202.454.3331 |