A SHARED SENSE OF PURPOSE
Grand Teton National Park, one of America’s premier national parks, is an extraordinary landscape and a world treasure. The opportunities afforded by the park can increase dramatically with the help of private funding. As the park’s nonprofit fundraising partner, Grand Teton National Park Foundation has the ability to enable high-impact projects and programs that the park cannot achieve on its own.
More than 214 friends groups and other fundraising partners assist America’s national parks by providing a mechanism for overcoming limitations, giving philanthropic dollars for projects and programs that are beyond the reach of traditional funding sources such as federal appropriations and entrance fees.
The partnership between Grand Teton National Park and the Foundation is vibrant, complemented by a host of important programs and more than two decades of successes. Projects conserve the park’s iconic resources and transform the visitor experience, providing memories, learning, and inspiration that stay with visitors long after they leave Grand Teton.
Our Program Partners
The Foundation’s work in Grand Teton National Park would not be possible without the support of many organizations that help implement a variety of our projects and programs. From recruiting to oversight to actual boots-on-the-ground, we could not accomplish all we do without these partners.
Teton Science Schools
Montana Conservation Corps
Greening Youth Foundation
American Conservation Experience
OUR CORPORATE SUPPORTERS
Our corporate partners play an important role in advancing our work and mission. On a local and national scale, our partners provide us with generous financial and in-kind support to improve outdoor recreation, expand education, and reach millions of people around the world with a message about the power and importance of Grand Teton National Park.
Grand Teton National Park is deeply woven into the fabric of our local community and is an anchor for the area’s economy. By giving to the park through the Foundation, contributions also help local and regional companies that succeed through park-driven business.
Grand Teton Lodge Company has been a dedicated supporter of the Foundation’s capital projects since 1999 and was the first lodging company in the country to devise a way for guests to participate in national park support. GTLC operates first-rate lodging, restaurant, and activity services at a number of Grand Teton's most notable landmarks, including Jenny Lake Lodge, Colter Bay Village, Flagg Ranch, Jenny Lake, and Gros Ventre campgrounds, and Jackson Lake Lodge.
A unique lakeside retreat set against a backdrop of Teton spires, Signal Mountain Lodge offers a relaxing place to experience the wonders of Grand Teton. A supporter of Grand Teton National Park Foundation since 1998, the Lodge’s commitment to protecting park resources is rooted in a firm sense of responsibility to the legacy of the park and to its surrounding communities.
Committed to advancing diversity and improving the communities where the company operates, Wells Fargo helps fund the Foundation’s many projects each year with a special focus on supporting local Latino outreach and internships for diverse college students in national parks — a program that began in Grand Teton and has grown.
The Wort Hotel continues to be a favorite spot in downtown Jackson Hole for locals and visitors alike since opening in 1941. By offering a way for guests to participate in park improvements, the historic Wort Hotel introduces its clients to the importance of private support for national parks and provides significant funding for the wide variety of annual projects and programs in Grand Teton.
Coca-Cola’s generous support focuses on Grand Teton’s annual teen trail crew. At the end of each session, 20 teens graduate toting a bit more maturity, a few more muscles, and an invaluable passion for time spent outdoors.
Tauck believes in giving back to majestic national parks via volunteer opportunities for guests in Grand Teton and through generous support of the Jenny Lake restoration campaign that will celebrate the NPS’s centennial in 2016.
AT&T is committed to reducing environmental impact, enhancing learning, and improving quality of life. AT&T’s contribution will fund a new digital guide that will advance traditional interpretive techniques in the soon-to-be renovated plaza at South Jenny Lake as part of the Foundation’s multiyear campaign, Inspiring Journeys. This technology will enrich the visitor experience by greatly expanding interpretive offerings.
At Four Seasons Jackson Hole, we love to share our passion for America's greatest wilderness playground. The grandeur of the majestic mountains, abundant wildlife sightings, pristine natural beauty and the welcoming, down-to-earth local culture all create a sense of genuine connection and community.
Bank of the West provides funding for diversity programming in Grand Teton, offering unforgettable experiences for local Latino youth and diverse college students from urban areas around the country.
16 to 19-year-old students learn job skills and begin to develop their own conservation ethic in Grand Teton each summer as part of a 10-week trail crew that is supported by Vail Resorts.
A family-run Jackson Hole lodge offering luxury amenities and more, the Rusty Parrot Lodge and Spa has been a dedicated supporter of Foundation initiatives since 2006.
Teton Conservation District promotes the conservation and stewardship of natural resources—air, land, water, vegetation and wildlife – through research, outreach, education, and collaborative projects and partnerships. Since 1946, the District has worked with the community to protect the health, safety, and general welfare of the people and natural resources in the District area, which encompasses all of Teton County and Wyoming's portion of Yellowstone. As a public agency, the District is governed by Wyoming state statute, but is led by a locally-elected board that represents the community's interests in the management and enhancement of our natural resources.
The Jackson Hole One Fly is a celebration of fly fishing. It captures the spirit of friendly competition while benefiting from the generosity of the participants for fundraising for stream improvement projects for trout habitat as well as stewardship education. The fundraising focus is primarily for native Fine-spotted and Yellowstone Cutthroat trout in the Snake River drainage as well as headwaters in Yellowstone Park.
Jackson Hole's original brewpub. We specialize in bringing delicious food, award-winning brews, and great companions together under one roof.
Rugged. Authentic. Reliable. Timeless. What started as a casual conversation at the Shady Lady Saloon in Jackson Hole, Wyoming has become a premium mountain-inspired lifestyle apparel brand. Established in 2003, Mountain Khakis quickly became a staple in the wardrobe of everyone from ranch hands to golf pros, those who travel by jet, as well as those who travel by thumb. The Mountain Khakis brand story continues to resonate as it connects quality apparel with the rugged outdoors. @MountainKhakis and MountainKhakis.com.
Strong communities are built upon strong foundations. To build those strong foundations, U.S. Bank invests in innovative programs designed to serve local community needs. Through the U.S. Bank Foundation Community Possible platform, we invest our time, resources and passion for economic development by supporting efforts to create stable jobs, better homes, and vibrant communities.
JHMR is proud to operate in the Bridger Teton National Forest within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Working in this pristine mountain environment, it has been JHMR’s priority for the last 50 years to integrate conservation efforts and environmental awareness into all aspects of the business. The company’s environmental mission is to conserve natural resources and to mitigate climate change. With that mission in mind, JHMR looks forward to the years ahead as an industry leader in environmental action.
J Singleton Financial, a branch of Raymond James provides the right combination of financial services, support and guidance to locals in Jackson, WY.
Specializing in furnishings by Thomas Molesworth, Western antiques, rustic furniture, American Indian beadwork, Navajo rugs and textiles.
Since 1974, Skinny Skis has been Jackson Hole’s destination for high-quality outdoor gear, clothing, and footwear. Skinny Skis is committed to Grand Teton National Park and our friends with the Foundation—assisting with ski grooming initiatives as well as helping outfit the summer youth trail crew.
Conveniently located in the heart of Jackson, WY, The Lexington at Jackson Hole Hotel & Suites is a family-owned hotel with deep roots in Jackson’s historic Western community. Our commitment to quality, service, and sustainability is tried and true.
The Lexington at Jackson Hole Hotel & Suites was founded, in 1969, as the Trapper Inn, by the Kudar family. After 40 years of successful operation, a major expansion and remodeling project was completed in 2006, elevating the sophistication of the hotel’s offerings. In 2008, The Trapper Inn became The Lexington at Jackson Hole Hotel & Suites.
The Lexington at Jackson Hole Hotel & Suites is a finely appointed hotel known for its outstanding amenities and customer service. Travelers will enjoy The Lexington’s comfort and Western hospitality, and our knowledgeable staff will help you choose the perfect adventures in Jackson Hole.
Build the best product, cause no unnecessary harm, use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis. Patagonia supports environmental organizations with bold, direct-action agendas and a commitment to long-term change. Because we believe that the most direct path to real change is through building grassroots momentum, our funding focuses on organizations that have or can create a strong base of support. We support innovative work that addresses the root causes of the environmental crisis and seeks to protect both the environment and affected communities.
Clif Bar Family Foundation supports innovative small and mid-sized groups working to strengthen our food system and our communities, enhance public health, and safeguard our environment and natural resources. Many of the Foundation’s priorities are deliberately interconnected. Since its inception in 2006, Clif Bar Family Foundation has awarded over $27 million to more than 800 organizations nationwide.
We have a passion for the outdoors and believe it's our responsibility to promote, protect, and preserve public lands. Each collection of quality goods is made with purpose and helps fund a project in our parks. Whether it's supporting bear conservation in Denali or organizing trail restorations in Muir Woods; our convictions, commitments, character, and attitudes are best summed up by our respect for, and trust in, the outdoors. The responsibility to maintain our parks is up to all of us.
Convergence Investments is a Jackson, Wyoming based private equity real estate investment firm. We operate in a specialized corner of real estate: Master Planned Community Development. We use our investment model to passionately shape land into innovative, highly desirable planned communities across the country. Our model creates wealth for our investors and communities that offer exceptional living experiences to our residents.
Wind River Capital Management is an independently owned and operated wealth management firm based in Jackson, Wyoming that has been dedicated to providing sound, unbiased, forward-thinking financial advice to individuals, families, and institutions since 1982. Focused first and foremost on client needs, the firm is a leader in developing impact investment strategies that align client portfolios with their personal values.
Rendezvous Mountain Rentals is the most established vacation rental and property management company in Jackson Hole. Established in 1997, Rendezvous Mountain Rentals is celebrating 20 years of excellent service. We also understand that your Jackson Hole vacation isn’t just about your vacation rental — it’s about experiencing all of the wonderful activities Jackson Hole has to offer. Most of our properties are conveniently located within minutes of Jackson Hole’s premier shopping and fine dining, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and Grand Teton National Park, which serves as an easy route to Yellowstone National Park.
As Wyoming’s statewide historic preservation nonprofit organization, the Alliance for Historic Wyoming (AHW) is dedicated to protecting our historic and cultural resources in both the built and natural environments. We work with individuals, organizations and state and local governments to identify the places that represent Wyoming’s history and culture and take steps to ensure that these important places survive—respecting the story of past generations and enriching our lives for the future.
As a locally based skin care line in Jackson Hole; our beautiful home and our botanical ingredients inspire us every day to embrace adventure, protect nature, and explore the unknown while developing the best products for your body. Made for women and men regardless of age or skin type, our antioxidant-rich products are tough enough to restore essential lipids, eliminate impurities, enhance elasticity and hydrate your skin. Experience instantly visible, naturally beautiful results when you protect, hydrate and glow with us.
The mission of the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund is to serve the citizens of Wyoming by supporting Wyoming’s culture and heritage through grant funding of innovative projects for the enjoyment, appreciation, promotion, preservation, and protection of the state’s arts, cultural and historic resources; and to support and invest in Wyoming institutions that help further this mission. Envisioning Wyoming as a place where the cultural life and heritage of the state thrives and is valued, enjoyed, and supported by all.
Our mission is to engage with athletes and small to medium endurance racing events to support local communities through inspiring fundraising and service. We seek to live our values of: inspiration, engagement and support with every athlete, racing event and partner organization that we have the opportunity to serve.
Alpyn Beauty® is the first and only skincare line to sustainably harvest wildcrafted ingredients straight from the mountains of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The plants we harvest are some of the hardest-working and most resilient: botanicals that are conditioned to survive in an unforgiving climate (high altitude, low humidity, little oxygen, intense sun, harsh wind and heavy snowfall).
When applied to skin, these plants perform just like they do in the wild—preserving, protecting and strengthening your skin for increased resiliency, which results in skin that looks, feels and behaves more youthfully.
Dornans is a family-owned and operated resort located in the heart of Jackson Hole on the bank of the Snake River inside the boundries of Grand Teton National Park and just 40 miles south of Yellowstone National Park.
We extend a special thank you to many partners who provide products and lend expertise to help our organization and programs thrive.