Meet Our Donors

We thank all our planned-gift donors for their generous support.

Kathi & Kim Miller

“We’re thrilled that Stonewall is now a national monument so that people can experience that important part of our history—not just read about it in textbooks.”- Kathi Miller
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Russell James and Brenda Tanner

My wife and I decided to leave a gift to the National Park Foundation in our will because we want to do our part to keep the parks vibrant and available … for my granddaughters, for their generation, and for everyone who comes after.
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Jayne Iafrate and Barbara Stephens

“When I go to a park, I love looking at all the old pictures in visitors’ centers. I love imagining that in 1916 someone thought about me visiting one day. And it’s only right that I do my part to protect it for someone else 100 years from now.” – Barbara Stephens
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Charlene and Gerry Keller

“What do we really love? The National Parks!”-Charlene Keller
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Monica & Buddy McSwain

We’ve created so many wonderful memories in our national parks.
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Petta and Ron Khouw

Petta and Ron want everyone to experience beautiful moments like that in our national parks.
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Phyllis Webster

Like many fellow supporters, I’ve been very concerned about the national park budget cuts that have occurred over the years.
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Janean Mann

It is available to everyone for only a nominal fee. Each park provides a different learning experience along with peace and beauty.
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Jay Lindsey

My love has grown over the years as I’ve witnessed the amazing natural beauty of even more national parks
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Carolyn Knoll

Like so many other baby boomers, Carolyn Knoll decided that retirement was not going to keep her from living an active and adventurous life. Read More »


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Susan And Will Harbaugh

“Visiting the national parks as adults is our way to live out our childhood longing for that iconic American family vacation.”
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Donna Boone

I hope every American can have the opportunity to experience our national parks. That’s why I decided to leave a gift to the National Park Foundation. Read More »


Anthony Powell

Anthony Powell’s earliest memory of national parks was a trip to the Great Smoky Mountains when he was 7 years old.
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Susan Fraker

Thoreau said, “In wilderness is the preservation of the world.” That’s why I’ve made the National Park Foundation a beneficiary of my IRA. Read More »