Corporate Partnerships

The Yellowstone Park Foundation sincerely thanks the members of the corporate community who have invested in the future of Yellowstone National Park. The following corporate partners have provided major support to the Yellowstone Park Foundation in the past 18 months:
Anderson Windows and Doors

Andersen® Windows & Doors has been supporting many YPF projects through product donations and technical consulting. This partnership has resulted in increased operational efficiency of historic buildings such as the Lamar Buffalo Ranch and Mammoth Clinic. Andersen® support is helping to make Yellowstone’s sustainability goals and Greenest Park Initiative a reality.

Eyes on Yellowstonemade possible by Canon U.S.A., Inc., represents the largest corporate support for wildlife conservation, and scientific research related to climate change in Yellowstone National Park for more than a decade. Canon, partnering with the Yellowstone Park Foundation, supports Eyes on Yellowstone through education and research projects. 

Coca-Cola

The Coca-Cola Company donated $500,000 to the Yellowstone Trails Fund and, through their Coca-Cola Foundation, donated $1 million toward the Old Faithful Visitor Education Center. Coca-Cola has also hosted Foundation events, donated numerous in-kind gifts, and contributed in-kind consulting on environmental sustainability to Yellowstone.

ConocoPhillips

ConocoPhillips Inc. donated $200,000 in 1996 as seed money to launch the Yellowstone Park Foundation. Since then, ConocoPhillips has contributed more than $6 million to fund the Old Faithful Visitor Education Center, the Yellowstone Trails Fund, the Haynes Photo Shop, the Native Fish Conservation Program and other Foundation projects.

Coca-Cola

Michelin North America has made a multi-year commitment, representing more than $642,000 in product donations, engineering support, and tire retreads to date, helping equip the Park's vehicle fleet with fuel-saving tires. They have also made cash contributions, provided technical assistance, and in 2012 published The Yellowstone Park Foundation’s Official Guide to Yellowstone National Park.

Coca-Cola

Ogilvy Public Relations has provided to the Foundation, since 2008, more than a half-million dollars in in-kind services. From media relations, to graphic design, to film production, Ogilvy’s talented and dedicated staff have worked tirelessly on behalf of Yellowstone.

Shaw Floors

The restored Old Faithful Haynes Photo Shop is now YPF’s official presence in Yellowstone. Shaw made a major contribution to this project with a generous donation of hardwood flooring made from 50% recycled materials.

Signature Crypton

Signature Carpets has a unique Yellowstone Collection of beautiful carpets inspired by Artist Point, Caldera, Grant Village, Old Faithful, and Paint Pots.These carpets are are giving back to YPF through a $50,000 cash donation in 2013 and contributing to the Park's sustainability efforts using recycled plastics straight from Yellowstone as carpet backing.

Toyota

Toyota Motor Sales, USA contributed $1 million to environmentally sustainable elements in the Old Faithful Visitor Education Center, $882,000 to fund innovative, educational youth programs in Yellowstone, and several hybrid vehicles for Park and Foundation use. Toyota has also sponsored events for the Foundation, and provided in-kind consulting to the Park on sustainability.

Xanterra

For over a decade, Xanterra Parks & Resorts, through Yellowstone National Park Lodges, has been supporting the Yellowstone Park Foundation and funding Park enhancement projects. If you have stayed in a Yellowstone Hotel, you may be familiar with the “Dollar-per-Night” guest donation program. This program surprassed $1,000,000 in contributions in 2014!

 

If you would like to learn about becoming a Corporate Partner of the Yellowstone Park Foundation, please contact Melinda Gable, Senior Director of Marketing & Communication, at 406.586.6303 or mgable@ypf.org.