Donate towards the preservation of 5 million feet of California Coastline

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Help Us Preserve 5 Million Feet of California Coastline

Public-private partnerships such as the Care For Our Coast campaign are critical in the current climate of state budget shortfalls. The private sector can step in to support local community projects that would not otherwise occur.

Here are some ways that you can help.

Donate Online Now

Join the Care For Our Coast campaign by donating at least $1 to reach our goal of preserving 5 million feet of precious California coastline.

Tell a Friend

Invite your friends and family to support the Care For Our Coast campaign.

You can also join our cause on FB FaceBook.

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Mail a Donation to California State Parks Foundation

50 Francisco Street, Suite 110
San Francisco, CA 94133

If you are mailing a check, please write "Care For Our Coast" in the memo field on your check.

Shop at Stater Bros. Supermarkets

Through 5/11/10: Go to any Stater Bros. supermarkets and buy $10 worth of participating Coca-Cola products in a single transaction and The Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Southern California will donate $1 towards cleanup efforts. In addition, while shopping at Stater Bros. Supermarkets through 4/25/10, you can make a $1 or $5 tax-deductible donation to clean-up efforts at checkout. See cashier for details.

Educate Yourself About Preservation

If you haven't already, visit the Why Preserve? section of this site and visit the related resource links.

Get involved in your community

You can get involved to protect and improve our California State Parks. It doesn’t matter if you have one hour or a few days to spare…and whatever your age or abilities, you can help!

Here are some links to explore:

Earth Day 2010 Restoration and Cleanup

Earth Day 2010 offers a perfect opportunity for you to volunteer at a California State Park on Saturday, April 17th. Statewide, thousands of volunteers plant trees, restore trails and wildlife habitat, and clean up beaches and park lands. Millions of others learn about simple things that can be done every day to protect our precious natural resources.

Register online for a project site to get started.

Take Action for California State Parks

California State Parks Volunteers

US Government Volunteer Portal - California

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