Partnership is the key to our success! We invite you to join us in creating a new model of park stewardship, a community approach that brings the people to the park and the park to the people. Your donation to Jack London State Historic Park will be used in your park for programs, operations, stewardship and improvements.
Learn about becoming a Member of the Park with a donation of $49 - $250
Learn about joining the London Leadership Council with a donation of $500 - $10,000
Learn about becoming a sponsor of the park with a donation of $250 - $1000
Learn about supporting the park with monthly contributions of $10-$25
We need your help to save Jack's Lake. Jack London Lake is a National Historic Landmark and has been selected as one of the 12 most threatened cultural landscapes in America.
Make your gift go twice as far by checking with your human resource department to find out if your company will match your gift. If so, ask them for the proper form. Complete the form and send it along with your gift. We'll notify you when your corporate matching donation arrives.
Memorial and Tributes
Remember a loved one or commemorate one of life's milestones by making a tribute gift or establishing a named fund. Also special arrangements to recognize gifts made in memory of someone who loved the park can be established. To learn more about these giving options, call Tjiska Van Wyk, Executive Director, at 707-938-3689 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Purchase a Picnic Table
Commemorate someone or a special event in your life by purchasing a picnic table and personalizing it with a permanent message. For a tax deductible gift of $2,000. You can purchase a table and place a personal message of up to 30 letters (including spaces) carved onto the table's end crossbar. The tables are eight feet long, and made of three inch thick redwood. Call 707-938-3689 to discuss available locations throughout the park.
"There is an ecstasy that marks the summit of life, and beyond which life cannot raise. And such is the paradox of living, this ecstasy comes when one is most alive, and it comes as a complete forgetfulness that one is alive."
Jack London, Call of the Wild