Resilience Fund: Investing in Great Experiences Outdoors


Thank you for being a member of the Trail Family! Your support of the Trail Conference sets an example for the safe, responsible, and enjoyable use of public lands. Every time you step out on your favorite trail, know that you are playing an important part in making it great—for yourself and others, for generations to come.

The Trail Conference’s Resilience Fund has been created to ensure there are no gaps in our budget when other sources of support, such as state contracts, are reduced or disappear. To ensure there are no gaps in your ability to experience the rejuvenating power of trails, we are asking you to be as generous as possible in giving to the Resilience Fund today.

This fall, as you hike your favorite trail under a canopy of gold and crimson, consider the power of your support—the power of your role in making that moment possible for yourself and others. The greater the need for nature, the greater the need for the Trail Conference—and the greater the need for people like you to support of our mission.

We are moved by nature; we are united by trails. Your donation today ensures the 100-year legacy made possible by our supporters endures for generations to come.


 

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As our way of saying thank you, we're offering a selection of gifts. You may also choose to give 100% of your donation to the care of parks and trails. Click on the item to select or to learn more!
Harriman-Bear Mountain Trails Neck Gaiter
Harriman-Bear Mountain Trails Neck Gaiter
Harriman-Bear Mountain Trails Neck Gaiter
Harriman-Bear Mountain Trails Neck Gaiter
You must contribute at least $ 60.00 to get this item

Harriman-Bear Mountain Trails Neck Gaiter & Trail Map & Circuit Hikes Guide Book
Harriman-Bear Mountain Trails Neck Gaiter & Trail Map & Circuit Hikes Guide Book
You must contribute at least $ 250.00 to get this item

Use 100% of my donation for parks + trails.
Use 100% of my donation for parks + trails.
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