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A volunteer makes a heart sign with her hands. Photo by Rob Lovato and Victor Aquino.

Support the Presidio

The Presidio is a people-powered park, sustained and supported by its passionate community.

The Presidio is a people-powered park, co-created and sustained by its passionate and supportive community. There are so many ways you can help.

When you eat in a Presidio restaurant, stay in a hotel, buy from a Presidio business, or even pay a parking fee, you’re supporting the operation and restoration of the park.

And thousands of people volunteer their time, talent, and energy by planting trees, maintaining trails, caring for native plants, and welcoming visitors. Still more give back by joining or donating to our non-profit partner – the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy.

Support a Presidio Business

Most of the money needed to run the Presidio comes from rent from people who live in the park and organizations located here.  That means with every dollar you spend at a Presidio business you’re helping to support this unique park. Learn more about the restaurants, hotels, museums, gyms, schools, and more located here.

A man and woman resting on bicycles in front of Sports Basement.


Volunteers form deep and lasting relationships to the park and share their enthusiasm for the Presidio. Come plant a tree, grow a seedling, or welcome visitors.

Group of volunteers working in a field.

Join the Parks Conservancy

The Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy has raised millions to support the park and leads programs that serve the public. Make a tax-deductible donation or become a member and enjoy great benefits.

Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy logo.

Corporate Sponsorships

The Presidio Trust is seeking to align with partners who share our values and want to help us achieve our goals of sustainability, biodiversity, and access for all.

A large group of volunteers gathers at Fort Winfield Scott.

We’re Here to Help

Have a question about the park? Want help planning your next visit? We’ve got you covered.

Representatives from the National Park Service, Parks Conservancy, and Presidio Trust standing in front of the Presidio Visitor Center