Proceeds from the Sale of the Geo Round Towel go to support the Channel Islands Park Foundation
Close to the California mainland, yet worlds apart, Channel Islands National Park encompasses five remarkable islands (Anacapa, Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa, San Miguel, and Santa Barbara) and their ocean environment.
Isolation over thousands of years has created unique animals, plants, and archeological resources found nowhere else on Earth and helped preserve a place where visitors can experience coastal southern California as it once was.
We are the Channel Islands Park Foundation Formed in 2005, Channel Islands Park Foundation is the only non-profit, philanthropic partner of Channel Islands National Park. Recognizing the challenges of managing the complex island ecosystems and richly diverse cultural resources, the Foundation is committed to the ongoing work of Channel Islands National Park. In co-operation with the National Park, the Foundation funds education, protection and preservation efforts.
Channel Islands National Park was set aside by Congress not only to preserve park resources, but to provide for visitor enjoyment of these resources. As such, we are dedicated to creating innovative opportunities for people to connect with the park through interactive education and volunteerism.
We encourage you to visit Channel Islands National Park, to experience the tranquility, to enjoy the beauty and in so doing, create a lasting connection that will inspire memories for years to come.
We strive to build a broad base of diverse stewards who understand and appreciate the fragile island ecosystems and rich cultural legacies and act to preserve them for generations to come.
How we do this… Connect: Build broad support and awareness of the mission of Channel Islands Park Foundation.
Inspire: Identify opportunities, strategies and systems that inspire our community and lead to philanthropic generosity of time, talent and treasure to reach our mission.
Commit: Cultivate opportunities for the community to invest time, talent, and/or treasure to meaningfully contribute to education, protection, and preservation.