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You Can Help Yosemite

You make a difference in the park each and every day. As a donor to the Yosemite Conservancy, you help preserve the park for future generations.

Each year, the Conservancy provides grants to Yosemite National Park based on the park’s highest-priority needs. Your donations — and your participation in our outdoor programs, art workshops, theater performances and volunteering opportunities — provide essential funding for trail and habitat restoration, scientific research, visitor services, wildlife management and more.

Map of Your Impact

With your support we have completed more than 450 projects and provided more than $81 million in grants to the park. Click below to browse the  accomplishments made possible by your support. 

Yosemite Map, cropped image showing our work preserving and protecting the park

Why I Give

I want my children and my grandchildren to see this and to be a part of it, and protect it as I do through my Conservancy donations.

Sandy Fox-Sohner
Yosemite Conservancy donor

150th Anniversary

On June 30, 1864, President Lincoln ensured the preservation of Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias. Join us to commemorate this milestone with a year of special events, exhibits and more.

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GPS collars track bears in real-time at Yosemite National Park
Where Do Bears Go?

Do you wonder where bears go in Yosemite? For the first time, park scientists are monitoring and mapping bear movements throughout the park in real-time using GPS technology. Thank YOU for your contributions in keeping bears wild and visitors safe!

Half Dome in Yosemite catches the afternoon light
Yosemite is the perfect gift

Providing for Yosemite's future is the best gift you give yourself, your family, and generations to follow. Make you gift today. 

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