Support Fort Partners

Learn about the great work done by the non-profit partners of our fort parks!

Cabrillo National Monument

Cabrillo National Monument Conservancy Cabrillo National Monument Conservancy is a Friends Group, a private nonprofit organization with an IRS 501(c)(3) status founded January 31, 2013. Our purpose is to support Cabrillo National Monument in the conservation of Point Loma’s natural resources and the preservation of the cultural heritage of San Diego – as Cabrillo National Monument has done for 100 years. We are doing this through fundraising, adopting parts of the park, and promoting education and community involvement.

Cabrillo National Monument Foundation is the premier supporter of the educational, interpretive, and scientific programs of Cabrillo National Monument, meeting the needs of the National Park Service. The mission of Cabrillo National Monument Foundation is to support and fund interpretive, cultural, historical, scientific and educational programs and activities at Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego’s only National Park.

Dry Tortugus National Park (Fort Jefferson)

South Florida National Parks Trust The South Florida National Parks Trust is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization established in 2002 to support South Florida’s four national parks – Everglades, Biscayne and Dry Tortugas National Parks and Big Cypress National Preserve.

Fort Laramie National Historic Site

Fort Laramie Historical Association The Fort Laramie Historical Association (FLHA) is one of over 65 non-profit, cooperating associations throughout the nation who partnership with the National Park Service. Through this partnership, FLHA offers program and financial assistance to Fort Laramie National Historic Site for interpretation, education, and research through the production and sale of educational media to the public.

Fort Larned National Historic Site

Fort Larned Old Guard The Fort Larned Old Guard was formed to provide support for Fort Larned National Historic Site beyond that given by the federal government. It will augment living history and other programs at the Fort; raise funds for the purchase of special equipment; promote the history, resources and interpretation of the site and generally take that extra step which is not possible under existing appropriations.

Golden Gate National Recreation Area

Fort Mason Center Fort Mason Center combines, as perhaps no other place in the country, a magnificent setting in the heart of a great city with cultural, educational, and recreational activities for people of every social and economic background.

Fort Mason Community Gardens San Francisco's best kept secret nestled high on the bluffs inside of Fort Mason awaits your discovery; a community garden that provides a range of public programs, including open houses, tours, classes, and demonstrations for the general public, and hands on gardening instruction and practices for ten public service organizations through reserved garden plots.

Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy works in tandem with the NPS at GGNRA to provide public programs and services. Established in 1981, the Parks Conservancy is the nonprofit membership organization created to preserve the Golden Gate National Parks, enhance the experiences of park visitors and build a community dedicated to conserving the parks for the future.

Fellow Feathers of Fort Funston Hang Gliding Club Fellow Feathers promotes the sport of Hang Gliding, administers Pilot Safety and Mentoring programs, and preserves the Fort Funston flying site.

Fort Monroe National Monument

The Fort Monroe Authority (FMA) is a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia, created to preserve, protect, and manage Fort Monroe and Old Point Comfort after the federal Base Realignment and Closure Commission (BRAC) closure in September 2011. The Authority is governed by a 12-member appointed Board of Trustees.

Fort Sumter National Monument

Fort Sumter Fort Moultrie Historical Trust The Fort Sumter – Fort Moultrie Trust is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose mission is to support the National Park Service in its efforts to preserve, protect, and utilize for the common good Fort Sumter, Fort Moultrie and the Charles Pinckney Site. Like other national park friends groups, the Trust is funded by donations.

Fort Stanwix National Monument

Rome Historical Society - Friends of the Fort The Rome Historical Society preserves the history of Rome, NY and the surrounding areas, including Fort Bull, the Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary Solider, Fort Stanwix National Monument, the Erie Canal, and more. The Historical Society is the official Friends Group of Fort Stanwix National Monument.

Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site

Fort Union Association The Fort Union Association (FUA) is a Cooperating Association, a nonprofit organization. The purpose of FUA is to aid and promote the historical, cultural, scientific interpretive and educational activities of Fort Union and the National Park Service through the income generated by the sale of commercial items.

Fort Davis National Historic Site

Friends of Fort Davis National Historic Site The Friends of Fort Davis National Historic Site is a group of citizens whose goal is to work in partnership with the National Park Service. We strive to improve the facilities, fund furnishings and displays, support living history events that tell the story of the role that the Fort Davis Army Post played in the settling of the American western frontier.

Fort Vancouver National Historic Site

Friends of Fort Vancouver The Friends of Fort Vancouver National Historic Site is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization incorporated in the State of Washington. Their mission is to inspire, inform and connect visitors, supporters, advocates and the community to the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. The Friends seek to increase knowledge and awareness of the site, promote education, support stewardship, preservation, conservation, protection and maintenance of the Site and its heritage.

Governor’s Island National Monument

The Friends of Governors Island (formerly the Governors Island Alliance) Since 1995, the Friends of Governors Island has worked collaboratively with the Trust for Governors Island, the National Park Service, and many other organizations to return the Island to the people of New York. Their concept of redeveloping the Island as a great civic space was the basis for the 2003 transfer from the Federal Government to New York and the National Park Service.

The Trust for Governors Island The Trust for Governors Island is a nonprofit corporation created by the City of New York responsible for the planning, redevelopment, and ongoing operations of 150 acres of Governors Island. The Trust is transforming Governors Island into a destination of great public open space, educational, not-for-profit, cultural and commercial facilities.

Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve

Washington State Parks Washington State Parks are one of the four partner agencies responsible for management of Ebey's Landing National Historic Reserve. Within the boundaries of the Reserve, they manage three popular state parks - Ebey's Landing, Fort Casey, and Fort Ebey.

Statue of Liberty National Monument

Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island Foundation Dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island Foundation was founded in 1982 and raised money first for the restoration of the Statue of Liberty and then for the restoration of the Main Immigration Building on Ellis Island. Current projects include the American Immigrant Wall of Honor (R), the American Family Immigration History Center (R), and the Peopling of America Center (R).

Last updated: April 24, 2018