"We have fallen heirs to the most glorious heritage a people ever received, and each one must do his part if we wish to show that the nation is worthy of its good fortune."
- Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt's legacy as our "Conservationist President" is felt in his establishment of 230 acres of public land which served as the foundation for the National Park Service created in 1916. His legacy serves as our namesake and the inspiration for our fragrances and philanthropic efforts.
THE CENTENNIAL CAMPAIGN
The mission for the Centennial Campaign for America's National Parks is to usher in the next era of philanthropy for our National Parks through three areas of focus:
America’s national parks through critical conservation and preservation.
all Americans to our national inheritance.
lifelong engagement with the next generation of park stewards.
HOW WE SUPPORT
Under the tenants of the Centennial Campaign, here is how our donations advance the National Park Service.
Promote the health and well-being of our National Parks by investing in their green energy and zero-waste initiatives.
Provide funding for school visits for elementary, middle and high school students to enable their first experience of National Parks at a young age.
Provide fiscal support to National Park Service education pieces, providing teachers and rangers with the resources to educate students on sustainability and our National Parks.