TEAM BUILDING for COMMUNITY IMPACT

The Golden Gate National Parks’ Corporate Volunteer Program is the perfect way for your team, clients, and colleagues to bond and enjoy a fun, active day outdoors—while working together to care for our national parks and Bay Area community. Service Projects include: habitat restoration, trail maintenance, beach cleanups, native plant nurseries, and historic landscape stewardship.

Step 1: Give Back | Join us! Become a Corporate Member

Review the membership levels below to find a match with your volunteer needs. With your financial contribution, we are able to multiply your impact and offer these hands-on park experiences and service programs to our local schools, youth groups, and community organizations, as well as expand and advance our immersive youth internship programs and empower our next generation of community stewards.

Membership Levels and Benefits

PARKWIDE LOCATIONS

$1,000 | COASTAL CHAMPION | Participation in one 3-hour volunteer project (up to 20 people)  

  • Recognition in our annual report
  • Retail discount at our visitor stores

$5,000 | TRAIL BLAZER | Additional 3-hour volunteer projects (up to 60 people, in total)

  • Recognition in our annual report
  • Retail discount at our visitor stores
  • Special listing in our monthly e-newsletter and social media channels
  • Personalized partner recognition at your team volunteer projects
  • Recognition opportunities for star staff members

$10,000 | LEGACY BUILDER | Additional 3-hour volunteer projects (up to 100 people, in total)

  • Recognition in our annual report
  • Retail discount at our visitor stores
  • Special listing in our monthly e-newsletter and social media channels
  • Personalized partner recognition at your team volunteer projects
  • Recognition opportunities for star staff members
  • A personalized hike for up to 25 of your staff or clients
  • Featured photos and guest spot on Parks Conservancy blog
  • Your logo on our Corporate webpage

ALCATRAZ: Unique Opportunity with Limited Availability

$5,000 | ALCATRAZ ROCK STARS | Participation in one 3 hour volunteer project on Alcatraz (up to 15 people)

  • Recognition in our annual report
  • Retail discount at our visitor stores
  • Special listing in our monthly e-newsletter and social media channels
  • Personalized partner recognition at your team volunteer projects
  • Recognition opportunities for star staff members

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Check out how your donation makes an impact.

Please do get in touch with us if you are interested in volunteering and a donation presents challenges to your company.

Step 2: Lend a Hand | Find a Service Project

Start by selecting a project or projects from our List of Available Projects.

If you do not find a fit from the available projects, you can request an alternative custom project. Currently, we are scheduling custom requests at least 1-2 months out, so please select dates accordingly.

Submit a Group Project Request Form and let us know the project you would like to join.

Step 3: WAIT FOR CONFIRMATION

If you selected an available project(s), we will respond to you in 2-3 business days. For an alternative custom request, it could take a bit longer. Please note, spring is our busiest season and all requests may take longer than usual.

Step 4: PREPARE YOUR TEAM

Once you receive a confirmation, share the details with your team. Make sure everybody is ready to be outside, to get dirty, and to have a great day in the parks. Onsite, you’ll be working alongside experienced park staff and interns. All necessary instruction, tools, gloves, and leadership will be provided.

Learn more about activity types and project locations.

For general information, contact us directly at volunteer@parksconservancy.org or 415-561-3077.

Thank you for your service and support! It takes many hands to care for and preserve our parks. We look forward to working with you and your team!

The Golden Gate National Parks Corporate Volunteer Program is a cooperative parkwide effort of the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, the National Park Service, and the Presidio Trust.