Corporate Supporters

Yosemite Conservancy works closely with its corporate donors to create the best opportunities for achieving their philanthropic goals. This may include marketing and brand-awareness strategies or employee programs.

Unique Opportunities

As our current corporate supporters recognize, Yosemite National Park is one of the world’s most stunning locations. Its iconic landmarks provide unique locations for highly visible employee-volunteer projects and inspiring stories to share with your clients, staff and customers.

Through philanthropic and cause-related donations, in-kind contributions or employee volunteerism, partnering with Yosemite Conservancy allows your company to take part in protecting Yosemite for future generations, while achieving your philanthropic and marketing goals.

Partnerships: Working Together

Chevron has partnered with Yosemite Conservancy for 20 years. During this time, Chevron’s employee volunteers have taken great pride in restoring the equivalent of 60 football fields in Yosemite Valley by removing invasive weeds and restoring native plants — an extraordinary contribution and just one of many collaborations.

Ready to Become a Corporate Supporter?

To discuss corporate partnership opportunities, please contact Patrick Heryford, institutional giving officer, at 415-434-8446 x328 or pheryford@yosemiteconservancy.org

Thank You Corporate Donors

American Park Network
The Ansel Adams Gallery
Bank of America
Bell-Carter Foods, Inc.
The Capital Group Companies, Inc.
Chevron
City National Bank
Coca Cola Bottling Co. of California
Commonwealth Club of California
Cooley Godward Kronish LLP
Delaware North Companies Parks & Resorts at Yosemite
Dorfman-Pacific Co.
DiVittorio & Associates
Granite Construction, Inc.
Herrick Corporation
Mammoth Mountain Corporation
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
PACCAR
Pace Lithographers, Inc.
Paradigm Winery
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
Power Integrations, Inc.
Quiet Works Photography
RINA Accountancy Corp.
Royal Robbins, Inc.
Sun to Moon Gallery
Topics Entertainment
Toyota Foundation
URS Corporation
Wells Fargo Bank