Would you like to help Russell Cave National Monument by donating an item or funds to help with a particular program, event, trail or project? The National Park Service accepts many types of donations. Regardless of the type of donation, it is greatly appreciated.
You can make a donation to benefit Russell Cave National Monument directly by writing a check to the National Park Service. We will work with you to assure that the entire amount you donate is spent for a purpose you identify. No administrative costs are deducted from your gift to the National Park Service. The funds would be entered into a federal account and the full amount will be spent as you intended.
The Visitor Center at Russell Cave National Monument also has a donation box located in the museum.
Either way, a donation is one of the best ways to see your dollars go directly to efforts that benefit your park and the National Park System.
Did You Know?
The National Geographic Society purchased 310 acres surrounding the cave shelter area and donated the land to the American people. Russell Cave was designated as a National Monument in 1961 by President John F. Kennedy.