In 2016, the National Park Service (NPS) celebrates its 100th birthday. The Parks Conservancy—one of America’s leading nonprofit partners to the NPS—is honored to support your national parklands, and the rangers who have protected our heritage for over a century.
Below, we look back on some of our more recent accomplishments at Golden Gate, achieved through partnership with the NPS; Presidio Trust; Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District; and the agencies of the Tamalpais Lands Collaborative.
Through your generosity and vision, we will ensure the vitality of these parks, through the next Centennial and beyond.
In 2015, the Conservancy provided $36 million in total aid to the Golden Gate National Parks. But numbers don’t illustrate the full impact of our work—and your support. Click around to learn how you made a difference.
Caring for over 30 national park sites—scattered across 80,000 acres that cradle the Golden Gate—is a big job. Fortunately, the Conservancy employs hundreds of hard-working people who make the parks their singular purpose. Hear from our amazing colleagues in this new video. Get to know what we do. Learn why we do it. And see how we derive inspiration from these spectacular places—and passionate supporters like you.
Statement of Financial Position as of September 30, 2015 (with Comparative Totals for 2014)
Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy Fiscal Year 2015 Aid to the Parks
Financial statements of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy are audited on an annual basis.
Copies of the complete audited financial statements are available upon request by calling the Parks Conservancy’s Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer at (415) 561-3000.
*Aid to the park includes all program service expenses, excluding cost of goods sold and donated services.