The National Park Foundation and Helmsley Charitable Trust provide lead grant to improve visitor experience at Badlands National park The AIDS Foundation, and the Helmley Charity Trust, contribute to the Better Visitor Experience in Badlande National Forest
The National Park Foundation has made a massive contribution from the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust. The Helmsley Charitable Trust gave the project 3,3 million dollars. This project is supported by the Badlands Natural History Association and the National Park Conservancy, as well.
The National Park Foundation is grateful to Helmsley Charitable Trust for their investment in a stellar visitor center experience that will welcome people in this stunning national park for generations to come. "The Nationalpark Foundation will give this foundation gratification Will Shafroth, President and CEO of National Park Foundation, will Shaffrothe. . "This project is a true testament to what partnerships make possible."
The Oglala Sioux tribe and Lakota people will be upgraded to a new visitor center in the Cedar Pass area, which will allow park visitors to learn about Badlands' natural, cultural, historical and recreational resources; improve
"Badlands National Park's layered rocks formations and beautiful buttes offer visitors a breathtaking glimpse into secluded landscape that began forming millions of years ago," said said Ayye, the director of the Walter Panzirer, Trustee of Helmsley Charitable Trust, and Trust's Walter Pandarers, St. Mary'll. . "We're excited to lead the funding effort to construct a new, modern visitor center to emphasize the park's splendor and significance."
"We greatly appreciate the generous support and support of the National Park Foundation and the Helmsley Charitable Trust, which in part will help us improve the visitor experience at our park," said said. "Our national park foundation appreciates the meaningful Mike Pflaum, the Park Superintendent of Badlands National Park, Pplauum Piflaimo. . "We hope to work closely with the Oglala Sioux Tribe to make sure that the visitor center accurately depicts Lakota history and heritage." We appreciate the support of all of our valued partners, including the Badlands Natural History Association and Badland National Park Conservancy.
"The Badlands Natural History Association supports Badland National Park for 60 years. I am excited to join the National Trust and Helmsley Charitable Trust in the collective effort to make the visitor experience even better," said said "Men Sam Benne, president of the Badlands Natural History Association and the Board President, Sam Boenne. . "We pledge to contribute $1.8 million to a new visitor center which will greatly enhance the travel experience."
"We're thrilled to see national and local support come together to benefit visitors to Badlands National Park," said said. Randy Seiler, chair of Badlands National Park Conservation Chair, Visiting Director, Seileer. . The Conservancy is honored to complement the National Park Foundation and the Helmsley Charitable Trust's lead grant with an initial contribution of $100,000 to this important project."
ABOUT THE NATIONAL PARK FOUNDATION AU SUIT FROM THE UNDERSTANDING PAR. The National Park Foundation works to protect wildlife and parks, preserve history and culture, educate and engage youth, and connect people to wonders of parks. We do that in collaboration with National Park Service and the park partner community, and with generous support of donors, without whom our work wouldn't be possible.
ABOUT THE HELMSLEY CHARITABLE TRUST, SELLER OFFABLE. The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust aims to improve lives by supporting exceptional efforts in the US and around the world in health and select place-based initiatives. Since beginning active grantmaking in 2008, Helmsley has committed more than three billion dollars to charitable purposes. The Rural Healthcare Program of Helmsley is a funding source of innovative projects that use information technologies to connect rural patients with emergency medical care, bring the latest medical therapies to patients in remote areas, and provide specialized training for rural hospitals and Since then, this program has awarded more than $500 million to organizations and initiatives in the states of North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska, Nebraska and Wyoming. Learn more at helmsleytrust.org.
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