As a nonprofit organization, Tread Lightly! relies on the generosity of charitable donations to support our national education and stewardship programs. Thank you for making a gift!
In the form below, you can choose where your tax-deductible donation will go.
Restoration for Recreation was designed to keep the great outdoors healthy, accessible and open to the public. Donations given to this campaign will provide much needed resources for restoration, maintenance and new construction, along with education and outreach initiatives to help America’s public agencies better manage sustainable outdoor recreation.
Donations given to Restoration for Recreation in Moab will go directly to fund the Poison Spider Mesa Trail project. The Poison Spider Mesa Trail is one of Moab's premier 4WD trails. In order to ensure future access and opportunities, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is working to minimize trail conflicts through route management but needs your help.
Respected Access is Open Access was designed to protect and enhance access and opportunities by fostering a stronger sense of individual stewardship throughout the recreation community. Donations given to this initiative will go toward disseminating the simple message - responsible behavior leads to continued access - throughout the country and the recreation community.
Gifts designated to the Respected Access is Open Access in Arizona fund will go directly to establishing a model public/private partnership of diverse stakeholders in Arizona. The Sonoran Desert has been scarred by the impacts of irresponsible dispersed shooting and it’s this issue that Tread Lightly! and Arizona agencies are working to address. The partnership will foster good stewardship through clean up projects and promote responsible recreation while implementing the campaign in an engaging way to inform visitors about public land and the importance of shooting ethics.
With your generous tax-deductible donation to our Annual Fund,Tread Lightly! can achieve its mission to proactively protect recreation access and opportunities in the outdoors through ethics education and stewardship initiatives. Your donation will help us educate the public through critical educational materials, school curriculums, website features, events, teaching tools and print, broadcast, web and radio public service announcements.