Game and Parks is grateful to those who have contributed to its programs, parks, facilities and conservation efforts. Here are ways you can help!
Popular ways to give back
The Commission offers a variety of opportunities for those interested in donating financially or helping teach outdoor skills while spending time in our beautiful state parks. You can help by donating, contributing to the Wildlife Conservation Fund, buying a conservation wildlife plate or by volunteering to participate in community science and naturalist programs. Explore the many ways to you give back.
Other Ways to Give Back
Those who enjoy Nebraska’s outdoor resources often wish to give back in a way that enhances their favorite activities at their favorite state parks and recreation areas. Donations for campground improvements, cabin development, fishing docks and piers, boating improvements and habitat development are popular. Additionally, donations for development of nature and visitors centers, shooting facilities, and for education and outreach programs are also welcome.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission works with families regarding estate planning. Families often wish to give back to Nebraska after creating memories and traditions at state parks and recreation areas or through other outdoor pursuits.
Individuals or groups often wish to honor a loved one by giving a financial gift in his or her memory. Memorials can also be sent to Nebraska Game and Parks for areas of greatest need or designated to a certain project such as conservation efforts, outreach programs or improvements to a favorite park area.
Sale or Donation of Property
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission accepts donations of property. In some cases, the Commission is also interested in purchasing property. Those who wish to inquire about selling property to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission can email Charla Rasmussen or call her at 402-471-5535.
About Nebraska Game & Parks
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