The Wildlife Cookie Company believes strongly in the need to preserve, enhance, and restore the natural treasures that are our National Parks, and partners with many parks around the country. A percentage of the proceeds from the sales of the Blue Ridge Mountains wildlife cookies are donated to the Foundation.
Who We ARE
We’re the FOUNDATION.
And so are you.
As the primary private fundraising partner of the Blue Ridge Parkway, expectations of us run higher than the treetops. The National Park Service relies upon our commitment to fund programs and projects that enhance the visitor experience and have lasting value. With shrinking Federal funding, it’s more challenging than ever for them to maintain their high level of service.
The Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation is a non-profit 501(3)c organization founded in 1997 through a cooperative agreement with the National Park Service to provide private financial support for the Blue Ridge Parkway. We receive no annual Federal funding, and our budget greatly depends upon people like you who cherish the grandeur and legacy of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Parkway.
The Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation is your passage to one of the most visited units in the National Park system. Join our community of stewards who want to create a solid future for the Blue Ridge Parkway and preserve it for future generations.
Share the journey with us. Since 1997, we have provided over $2.7 million dollars for projects and programs that benefit the Parkway. Learn more about what we do.
Foundation for Roanoke Valley is the community foundation serving the cities of Roanoke, Salem, Lexington and Martinsville, the counties of Roanoke, Botetourt, Craig, Floyd, Franklin, Henry, Alleghany, and Rockbridge, and other surrounding areas. They are trustee for a Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation endowment fund.
Jonathan Burton Photography is an award winning, full service photography studio, specializing in Portraits, Weddings and Fine Art scenics. Each spring, Jonathan holds Portraits on the Parkway on the grounds of the Moses H Cone Memorial park, taking portraits of children ages 5-18 and donating a portion of the proceeds to the Foundation.
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