Our Partners

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The Grand Canyon Conservancy
Has Celebrated More Than 75 Years

As A Nonprofit Park Partner (Since 1932)


Serving as Grand Canyon National Park’s official nonprofit partner, Grand Canyon Conservancy is a private nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization chartered in 1932 for the sole purpose of supporting the National Park Service at Grand Canyon.

Grand Canyon Conservancy helps raise funds for specific park projects and initiatives that enhance the visitor experience and preserve the park for generations to come.
Here are some ways that you can support your park.

GCA Field Institute participants pose at the entrance to Redwall Cavern.
Grand Canyon Conservancy runs many educational programs including Grand Canyon Field Institute. They offer classes, guided hiking trips, and educational tours about the geology and cultural/natural history of this magnificent place from those who know it best—geologists, historians, ecologists, archaeologists, and other experts.
Landscape painter at work at his easel with sunrise on the Grand Canyon walls in the background.
Grand Canyon Conservancy sponsors regular events, from book-signings and lectures about the Grand Canyon region, to exhibits at Kolb Studio. Plus, each September GCC hosts the Grand Canyon Celebration of Art event bringing some of the nation’s best landscape painters to the park. Celebration of Art is successful fundraiser to benefit a dedicated art venue at the South Rim.
GCA members pose for a group photo during the annual membership gathering at Shoshone Point.

Preserve and protect Grand Canyon for future generations.

By contributing $35 or more, you will receive a thank you gift, an official Grand Canyon Conservancy Supporter card, discounts in our park and online stores, discounts at other National Park stores, a subscription to Canyon Views, and invitations to supporter-only events and experiences.

Last updated: December 20, 2018

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Mailing Address:

PO Box 129
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023



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