We are proud to partner with corporations that believe in our mission to create parks and protect land for people.

Every day, we work with businesses to develop meaningful partnerships that deliver a return on investment, strengthen brand identity, and inspire employees. Our partners contribute more than just financial support as we work together to protect America’s most iconic landscapes and create cutting-edge parks where they’re needed most. At a time when our public lands are facing unprecedented attacks and millions of Americans still lack close-to-home park access, this work has never been more urgent.

Partnership Benefits

A partnership with Trust for Public Land will help your company deliver nationally significant impact while making a difference in the local communities where you do business. By working with us you can:

Corporate Partnerships: Partner

Align your company with a trusted, national conservation organization

Corporate Partnerships: Deliver

Generate local impact while working with national leaders in park development

Corporate Partnerships: Promote

Increase your brand awareness across the country by leveraging Trust for Public Land’s national visibility

Corporate Partnerships: Volunteer

Enjoy meaningful volunteer and team building opportunities

Meet Our Partners

Our partners represent a variety of industries and come from all corners of the country, but they all share our passion to create parks and protect land for people. We are proud to recognize and acknowledge these companies for their dedication and steadfast support. Thank you to all of our partners, including:

L.L.Bean is supporting our efforts to put a quality park within a 10-minute walk of every person in America. Visit site.
The North Face
The North Face is helping us improve parks in underserved communities by adding public climbing walls and boulders. Visit site.
MetLife Foundation
A longtime supporter, MetLife Foundation has championed urban parks and playgrounds across the country, including iconic greenspaces in New York and New Jersey. Visit site.
The Prudential Foundation is partnering with us to create strong, vibrant, and green communities in New Jersey
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Cox Conserves
Cox Enterprises partners with us to build greener communities for the next generation and honor individuals (through Cox Conserves Heroes) who work tirelessly to improve our shared outdoor spaces. Visit site.
Kaiser Permanente
Kaiser Permanente is helping us build healthy communities around the country by improving park access and quality where it is needed most. Visit site.
Macy's Mission Every One
For their partnership and support of TPL’s Community Schoolyards™ initiative. Guided by their social purpose platform, Mission Every One, Macy’s has helped transform public schoolyards into community parks nationwide, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come. To date, more than $2.7 million has been raised, directly impacting nearly 5,300 students and providing access to green spaces for over 125,000 community members.
Wal Mart
For funding TPL’s On Common Ground program, which is working to enhance social cohesion through community engagement and park-based activities in eight cities across the country—such as the Welcome to Raleigh Parks program in North Carolina—as part of our ongoing commitment to connecting everyone to the outdoors.
Nike’s Community Climate Resilience Program helps expand our national campaign to elevate park and climate equity success stories and advocate for long-term funding for parks and schoolyards as green infrastructure.
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The Coca-Cola Foundation

Coca-Cola is partnering with us in Atlanta to increase park access and improve lives. Visit site.

Thanks to The VF Foundation, we’re working with communities in Denver, Dallas, Los Angeles, and Atlanta to plan and build healthy, resilient parks for all. Visit site. Visit site.
REI Co-op
REI is helping us improve access to the outdoors and make it easier for everyone to #OptOutside. Visit site.
Lyft is helping us improve communities across the country by spurring innovative park projects where they are needed most. Visit site.
Wells Fargo is a key supporter of our work bringing community-based urban greening to parks.
Life Time Foundation
Life Time Foundation is helping us build a community schoolyard in Brooklyn Center, MN.
Boeing helped create iconic parks across the country including The 606 and Eastside Rail Corridor. Visit site.
Cargill supported our land for people mission by helping create the Cuyahoga-Lake Link Trail in Cleveland. Visit site.
Exelon shares our passion for supporting communities and has sponsored Chicago’s 606 trail. Visit site.
The Tiffany & Co. Foundation is helping us bring nature closer to America’s urban residents. Visit site.
Columbia Valley
Columbia Valley Community Health is partnering with us to improve health & wellness in WA state through improved park access. Visit site.
Delta Air Lines is helping us improve park access in Atlanta and connect thousands of people to nature. Visit site.
Bezos Earth Fund
Community Outreach with Resident Experts Fellowships
Atlanta, Georgia; Chicago, Illinois & Los Angeles, California.
Montana Great Outdoors Project
Northern Rockies
Norfolk Southern
Chattahoochee RiverLands | Atlanta, Georgia
Parks & Trails projects | Chattanooga, Tennessee
TPL Trails initiative | Nationwide
RBC Foundation
Community Schoolyards™ projects
New York, New York & Newark, New Jersey
New York Presbyterian
Community Schoolyards™ project at Harold O. Levy School
New York, New York
SPG Foundation
Community Schoolyards™ projects
New York, New York & Denver, Colorado
Confluence Health
Union Bank
Edison International
Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation | Southern California Gas Company | Mitsubishi Corporation | U.S. Bank | Weyerhaeuser | Campbell Soup Foundation
Contact Us

We are committed to developing meaningful relationships that reflect the unique philanthropic goals of our partners. We’ll work with your company to identify opportunities for brand building, employee engagement, on-the-ground project support, promotion, and more. To explore the many ways we can partner together, contact us today at partners@tpl.org.