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Businesses Who Contribute Proceeds and Discounts

Please support these businesses, who contribute to Friends of Acadia by donating proceeds from sales and by giving discounts to our members.

Acadia Park Company

“2% for the Park” program―2% of all sales


Acadia On My Mind

At least 5% of proceeds from Acadia hiking guides


Ann’s Point Inn

Gift memberships for guests


Anne M. Kozak and Sue S. Leiter, Co-Authors

Proceeds from sales of The Wild Gardens of Acadia

Available on-line and at Sherman’s Book & Stationery 


Baxter Brewing Company

Proceeds from the sales of Sea-to-Summit, a limitededition lager sold in honor of the Mount Desert Island and Millinocket marathons, will benefit both Friends of Acadia and Friends of Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument in Millinocket.


Bob Thayer, Photographer & Calendar Publisher

Proceeds from sales of the Acadia National Park Calendar



Discounts on new app: First year free to new members and volunteers; half-price for existing members; 10% off for non-members referred by FOA. Proceeds to FOA: 50% of all sales to non-members.


Donald Rainville, Artist

5% of proceeds from sales of his paintings at Artemis Gallery 


Forester John

Proceeds from essential oil, “Acadia National Park: Maritime Conifer Forest”


Mira Monte Inn

Proceeds from donations given by guests who take water bottles


Nature Backs

10% of proceeds from Acadia Flip-Trip bracelets


Parks Project

Proceeds from sales of Acadia T-shirts


Picaboo – Cards for a Cause

Proceeds from sales of custom holiday cards


Rusticator Shop

During the summer of 2020, Rusticator Shop donated a portion of sales of their stylish COVID masks to Friends of Acadia.


Simpson & Vail

Proceeds from sales of their Acadia tea which is part of their National Park tea collection.


VBT and Country Walkers

Proceeds from Acadia excursions