Double Your Impact + Donate for a Chance to Win $1K in Gear!

November 25, 2019
New York-New Jersey Trail Conference


Double Your Impact + Donate for a Chance to Win $1K in Gear!
Autumn Harriman Lake Reflection. Photo by Diana Richards.


For all that our trails give to us, this #TrailsGiving Week let's give back to our trails!

Fifty-two weeks a year, your trails and parks are there for you when you seek fresh air, exercise, or a new adventure. And 52 weeks a year for 99 years, Trail Conference volunteers have been there for your trails and parks, working passionately to protect the land you love to explore.

So for one week, we’re asking the trail community to step up and share with the world just how important great trails and a healthy ecosystem are to you. We're declaring Nov. 26 through Dec. 3 #TrailsGiving Week, and we need your help.

Our goal is raise $25,000 to ensure your trails and the lands they traverse are accessible and safe, not just for the next 52 weeks, but for your lifetime and generations to come. Our work couldn’t be done without your support. You’re part of an outdoor movement that is ensuring the care of our precious natural areas. We need more people like you!

During #TrailsGiving Week, every dollar you donate is matched by a generous donor, so your gift goes twice as far. As an added bonus, your donation enters you for a chance to win $1,000 in trail gear! Our #TrailsGiving Week Giveaway includes a Suunto 9 watch, Columbia pack, our full Trail Conference maps set, and much more.

So your gift of $50 becomes $100 AND gives you the chance to win our #TrailsGiving Week Giveaway! 

This week, let's show our trails, parks, and volunteers our thanks.
Make your impact go twice as far and donate for a chance to win!

Here's three ways you can get involved + give back:

  1. Give + Enter to WinMake a gift by Tuesday, Dec. 3, for a chance to win $1,000 of awesome trail gear! 
  2. Start a Fundraiser for an Extra EntryHelp spread the #TrailsGiving Week challenge by starting your own fundraiser on Facebook.
  3. Say Thanks to Your Trails + Volunteers: Feeling the trail love? Give a shout out to a volunteer or trail by getting social on Facebook!