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    Lincoln Boyhood

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Support Your Park

How You can Make A Difference

In 1967, Congress established the National Park Foundation (NPF) to provide private citizens an official, tax-deductible way to make gifts to the support national parks. NPF helps individual parks attract philanthropic gifts by encouraging those who feel a deep appreciation for a park to express their support.

Making a donation to the Lincoln Boyhood Memorial Fund at the National Park Foundation means your gift will be used to support the park and its programs. Your gift will make a difference.

 

Lincoln Boyhood NM has a number of volunteer opportunities available in the areas of visitor services, maintenance, and administration. For more information, please contact the park’s Volunteer Coordinator, Paula Alexander, at 812-937-4541 or paula_alexander@nps.gov.

 

Current Volunteer Opportunities

Did You Know?

Member of the Civilian Conservation Corps

Much of the early development of the park was done in the 1930s by members of the Civilian Conservation Corps.One of its most notable accomplishments was the excavation of the Lincoln cabin hearthstones.Pictures of the stones and articles on the discovery appeared in numerous newspapers in 1934.