Parks, Trails, and Recreation

Parks, Trails & Recreation

The spectacular natural beauty that surrounds us in Southeast Alaska is frequently cited as one of the best things about living here. The Juneau Community Foundation builds on that strength by supporting year-round opportunities for recreation enthusiasts of all backgrounds and ages. By increasing access to area trails, promoting education about natural resources and wildlife, and supporting existing organizations and initiatives, the Foundation and its supporters work to keep Juneau’s indoor and outdoor options safe and plentiful far into the future.

The Foundation’s Parks, Trails & Recreation Fund supports projects that bring people together around the shared goal of promoting access to and awareness of our indoor and outdoor recreation opportunities. Since 2005, we invested close to $4.4 million in 26 organizations and programs:

Alaska Development Corporation

Augustus Brown Pool

Black Wolf Project

City & Borough of Juneau

Dimond Park Field House

Discovery Southeast Foundation

Eagle River Methodist Camp

Eaglecrest Chairlift

Eaglecrest Foundation

Eaglecrest Mountain Bike Trail

Empty Chair Memorial

Foundation for Glacier & Environmental Research

Friends of Jensen-Olson Arboretum

Friends of the State Museum

Hames Center

John Caouette Memorial Cabin

Juneau Bike Map

Juneau Freewheelers Bike Club

Juneau Nordic Ski Club

Juneau Raptor Center

Shrine of Saint Therese

Sitka Trail Works

Southeast Alaska Guidance Association

The Whale Project

Trail Mix

Valley Hockey Rink Project

To Donate

Donate by credit card via the PayPal link below or make your checks payable to:

Juneau Community Foundation, 350 North Franklin Street, Suite 4, Juneau, AK 99801.

Remember to include your name and address so that you can receive your tax deduction letter.

If you use PayPal, then please add 2% to your donation to cover the PayPal transaction. To receive your tax deduction letter, please check the box with the option to ‘Share my mailing address with Juneau Community Foundation’.