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Sequoia Parks Conservancy is built on decades of support for Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. This legacy demonstrates a longstanding commitment and contribution to the parks and their surrounding communities, including the US Army Corps of Engineers at Lake Kaweah.
Sequoia Parks Conservancy is a key connection point with park visitors and provides important services, educational programs, and funding in support of park priorities. You too can be a champion for our parks.Donate Now
Area of Greatest Need
When you give to Sequoia Parks Conservancy, you help us achieve a wide range of goals in the parks. Your generosity impacts the parks in tangible ways. When we work together, we succeed in preserving and protecting the parks we love.Learn More
KNP Complex Fire Recovery Fund
The KNP Complex Fire Recovery Fund has already reached 60% of its $1 million goal. Your generous donation will help us cross the finish line to bring renewal to fragile ecosystems destroyed by the recent wildfires.Learn More
Sequoia Conservation Fund
We strive to preserve some of the mightiest organisms on the planet, the giant sequoias, and the biodiversity of the vast Sierra Nevada. You can help preserve this magnificent species by donating to the Sequoia Conservation Fund.Learn More
Education & Outreach
The future stewardship of Sequoia and Kings Canyon Parks, requires meaningful outreach to future generations. Sequoia Parks Conservancy funds Rangers in the Classroom, summer internships, and other service-learning programs that support outdoor learning for K-12 schools in the San Joaquin Valley.Learn More
Mountain Yellow-Legged Frog
The mountain yellow-legged frog is an endangered species on the brink of completely disappearing from the parks. Restoring mountain yellow-legged frog populations is a high priority for Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks and Sequoia Parks Conservancy.Learn More
Resource Management & Science
We work steadily, patiently, and enthusiastically to restore imperiled wildlife species, important habitats, and the natural processes that sustain them. In supporting Resource Management and Science, you, too, can be a park caretaker.Learn More
Search & Rescue
Rangers at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks conduct nearly 150 search and rescue operations annually for visitors with emergency needs. Donations are used to support these lifesaving efforts.Learn More
Sierra Nevada red fox
The endangered Sierra Nevada red fox has been detected in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks for the first time in a very long time. Your donation can help Wildlife Management ensure they have the proper equipment and funding to continue their critical work.Learn More
Sequoia Parks Conservancy provides financial and logistical support for vital programs that preserve park wildlife. Protecting black bears from human conflict, reintroducing Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep to the Sierra Nevada Crest, and recovering critical habitats for endangered species are some current projects funded by Sequoia Parks Conservancy.Learn More
Trails & Accessibility
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks have more than 1,000 miles of trail. Construction and maintenance of these trails are made possible by donors like you. So please, show your support for Trails and Accessibility.Learn More
Adventure with Us
Sequoia Parks Conservancy Adventures Program is here to help you create a memorable journey in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. We will connect you to the biggest trees, the darkest skies, and the vast wilderness. Everything here is waiting. The only thing missing is you.
Shop Your Parks
Sequoia Parks Conservancy is the nonprofit partner to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. We fund and enable park projects and programs that protect, preserve, and provide access to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.
Every retail purchase made inside our park stores within visitor centers directly supports those park projects and programs.
“We cannot find a better place to renew our spirit than in the midst of a grove of Sequoia trees” - Paul & Margaret M.