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The Mat-Su Trails and Parks Foundation takes users to the wild side of the MatSu Valley by funding the development of incredible trails for users of all kinds.
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Ways to Help
With your support, we can build and maintain the world-class recreational infrastructure the Mat-Su Borough deserves. That means more trails, more amenities, and more access to what you love.
Who and What We Fund
The Mat-Su Trails & Parks Foundation (MSTPF) partners with entities on projects and efforts that expand and enhance the valley’s trail network and parks.
What We Do
Granting out over $300,000 per year, the Mat-Su Trails & Parks Foundation is helping create opportunities for groups across the borough.
Our continued success will only be possible with support from individuals like you. Learn about the many ways to help trails and parks in the Mat-Su.
Stop into our offices located at 642 S. Alaska Street, Suite 215. Learn more about how you can help support trails and parks in your community.
To be the trails and parks resource for a healthy community in Mat-su.
Our work depends on relationships with stakeholders and partners, including users, donors, nonprofits, grantees, and other organizations; state, local, tribal governments; funders; land managers and owners; and businesses. Leveraging of other funds, resources, and volunteers is integral to our work.
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The Mat-Su Trails & Parks Foundation partners with organizations and local governments on projects and efforts that expand and enhance the valley’s network of trails and parks. Find out how we can help fund your next trail, park, or recreation project!
EASIEST WAY TO DONATE For Alaskans
While applying for their PFD online, Alaskans can choose to Pick.Click.Give. in increments of $25. All donations are tax deductible and donors will receive tax documentation from the State once their donations have been processed. Permanent Fund Dividend applications are available from January 1 to March 31, though Alaskans may choose to add or adjust their pledges online through August 31.