Mission Trails Regional Park is something rare and special — an open space preserve of more than 8,000 acres, a home to thousands of native plant and animal species and a beloved destination for outdoor recreation.
We at the Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation are committed to restoring, preserving, improving, and expanding the park for future generations.
Did you know that Mission Trails Regional Park is one of the largest urban parks in the nation? It’s true. And while we’re working hard to maintain trails, restore habitat, provide educational programming to thousands of San Diego County school children, and stewarding park outreach activities, there is much, much more to do!
We can’t accomplish all of this without the help of our community, generous donors like you, who are willing to lend a hand and help us raise the funds necessary to preserve the precious resource that is Mission Trails, a treasured open space teeming with native plants and wildlife.
There are so many ways to help. Perhaps you might be able to …
- Match a gift from your employer?
- Sponsor a special initiative?
- Make a gift of stock?
- Include the Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation in your estate plans?
We would be so happy to assist you, and so very grateful for your help.
If you would like to make a donation to support the construction of the Max Lenail Memorial Bridge, please do so via the family’s donation page at the San Diego Foundation.
For more information, please contact Jennifer Morrissey, MTRP Foundation Executive Director, at 619-668-3280 or email@example.com.
Established in 1988, the MTRP Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and our Federal Tax ID number is 33-0285093.
Photos: Wendy Esterly, Gerry Tietje, and Jayna McLeod