Washington’s National Park Fund Every year millions of people visit Washington state’s spectacular national parks: Mount Rainier, North Cascades, and Olympic. Since 1993, Washington’s National Park Fund has connected people to parks and inspired contributions of time, talent and money. The Fund helps ensure visitors have high quality, memorable experiences by sponsoring educational, trail and wildlife projects. By securing funding from individuals, corporations, foundations, and businesses, the Fund supports park restoration, enhancement, and preservation. DONATE
The Student Conservation Association
is a nationwide force of volunteers committed to protecting and preserving the environment. Through internships, conservation jobs, and field crews, SCA members meet environmental challenges while gaining hands-on experience in every conservation discipline. In January 2007, SCA was named to direct volunteer flood recovery efforts at Mount Rainier National park and to assist with public outreach and fundraising.
Washington Trails Association’s
mission is to preserve, enhance, and promote hiking opportunities in Washington state through collaboration, education, advocacy and volunteer trail maintenance. DONATE
Concerned about the present and the future of Mount Rainier National Park, a group of Mount Rainier devotees joined together in 1985 to form Mount Rainier National Park Associates
(MRNPA), to foster preservation and protection of the Park’s natural state and to promote wise stewardship of its resources consistent with the original mandate that the Park exists for the benefit and enjoyment of the people. Today MRNPA continues to work toward those original goals and continues to be a committed group of Mount Rainier devotees.
Discover Your Northwest
(formerly Northwest Interpretive Association) offers publications, maps, slides, posters, videos, and other informational materials.