Our Partners in Philanthropy

Friends of Acadia welcomes the support of corporations, businesses, foundations, and organizations who share our commitment to a strong Acadia National Park and its essential role in the local and statewide economy.

Through support of Friends of Acadia, businesses and organizations help fund conservation projects, maintain trails and carriage roads, improve visitor experience, and engage young people as future stewards of the park.

We invite businesses and organizations to show their support for the park by supporting Friends of Acadia in three important ways:

  • Become a Friends of Acadia business member
  • Sponsor our programs, publications, and events
  • Donate a portion of your proceeds or offer discounts to Friends of Acadia members.

Friends of Acadia business and organizational supporters are recognized through multiple communication channels and Friends of Acadia events, and have the satisfaction of helping to preserve and protect this place we all love so much.

Business Memberships

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Business Sponsorships

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Proceed & Discount Donors

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How Your Donation Helps

Your gift to Friends of Acadia provides much-needed funding to help protect and preserve Acadia’s lands and natural resources, engage youth in nature and the outdoors, ensure a high-quality and enriching visitor experience, and preserve and protect Acadia’s trails and carriage roads. Thank you for making a lasting difference for your park! 

Learn more about our priorities and initiatives.  

Start a Conversation

We appreciate hearing from businesses and organizations who share our love of Acadia and the surrounding communities. If your organization is passionate about preserving and protecting Acadia National Park and would like to discuss opportunities to partner, click below or call 207-288-3340.

Friends of Acadia is registered to raise funds in all states that require charitable registration. See CHARITABLE REGISTRATION DISCLOSURES for states such as Florida that require us to list their disclosure language statements.