We all love our National parks. And our wild public lands need our help through promotion, protection, and preservation. Our forefathers worked hard to establish our National Parks System. Now it’s our turn to do our part to protect these awe-inspiring wild lands for the next generation.
Sometimes figuring out how to help is the hardest part. Not all of us are able to volunteer and some of us want to donate but aren’t sure which non-profit to donate to. A simple (and fashionable) way to support our National Parks is by purchasing Parks Project clothing.
While volunteering in the Santa Monica Mountains, co-founders, Sevag Kazanci and Keith Eshelman, noticed a two-fold problem. First of all, they discovered our parks had a litany of unique projects that needed advocacy, funding, and support. Second, they noticed the volunteer demographic lacked younger generations. They wasted no time and took action. They used their experience from working at TOMS and made it their mission to help our parks. It was their goal to shift the mindset of younger generations to “leave it better than you found it”. With 59 parks and over 330 million visitors in 2016, our National Parks are a beloved place of wild beauty. Parks Project clothing is a simple way for us to show our appreciation and support.
Ultimately, every single item from Parks Project benefits our National Parks — each product has a purpose and a give-back component.
They help our parks through habitat restoration, visitor programs, wildlife conservation, and youth education. Each park collection helps a specific park. Here are some examples of how a park collection is helping with backlogged projects:
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