Your donation will help us to build, maintain, defend and connect trails and trail corridors across the country.
Your Dollars at Work
You can feel confident knowing that 74 cents of every dollar you give to Rails-to-Trails Conservancy goes right to strengthening the rail-trails you love.
Other Ways to Give
With your monthly contribution as a True Paperless member, you'll be saving paper, postage and other resources—which will help conserve our environment while ensuring that more of your contribution goes toward critical rail-trail work and programs. It’s a win-win.
RTC’s Trailblazer Society provides a powerful source of funding for the preservation of historic rail corridors, and the creation and expansion of trail networks nationwide. With annual gifts of $1,000 or more, Trailblazer Society members are extraordinary leaders in the growth of our national trail network.
Show your appreciation for the special people in your life while supporting the trail movement. They will receive all the benefits of an RTC membership throughout the year and become part of a national family of rail-trail supporters. It’s the perfect gift for anybody who loves the outdoors.
Support RTC through our monthly giving program, the "Trail Keeper Club"; your small monthly contribution will add up to big help for rail-trails! You’ll receive all the benefits of an RTC membership, while offering yearlong support. What could be better?
Naming RTC in a will is an effective way for people of all means to make a lasting gift for rail-trails. Support from bequests makes a significant difference in what we can accomplish and brings us closer to our vision of a "connected" America.
More Ways to Give
RTC offers a number of other convenient ways that you can financially support our work to build, maintain, defend and connect trails and trail corridors across the country. Give a gift of stock, make a matching gift, join or create a workplace giving program, give a gift in honor of someone special, or make a memorial contribution in honor of someone who’s passed away.