Common Purpose, Corporate Impact

Corporate Giving

Does your company share a common purpose with LandPaths? Do you believe in fostering a love of the land as a way to transform our relationship to nature? You can help us increase our impact throughout Sonoma County as a corporate sponsor or donor. To learn about corporate volunteering opportunities, click here.

Your Impact 

When you support LandPaths, you root youth in nature, branch out conservation to be accessible and inclusive across the County, and grow community in nature through people powered land stewardship. We invite you to join us, while gaining exposure and positive PR for your company among over 10,000 followers, donors, subscribers, community partners, and local government officials.

Current Opportunity: Becomes a “Camps Champ” as a sponsor Camps, or sponsor the annual Harvest Festival at Bayer Farm

Our primary sponsorship opportunities are “Camps Champs” and the annual Harvest Festival. See our current sponsors and contact us to learn how you can become one!

Promote your business to an audience eager to support companies connected to LandPaths, and support life-changing, positive experiences for young people at the same time!

Hundreds of local families, teachers, community liaisons, and partners will bring their children to one of LandPaths’ nature-based, multi-day summer camps from Owl Camp for youngsters to River Treks for teens. Your support ensures access for low-income families and those affected by wildfires, providing scholarships and transportation as well as bilingual field educators. Your business will be visible to hundreds of parents and families, and 10,000+ digital, social, and print followers and donors.

Donor Recognition 

Donors receive recognition and opportunities to participate in select events, team building opportunities and early invitations to behind-the-scenes outings across Sonoma County. Along with branding opportunities, there are special employee engagement and team-building opportunities available for our Corporate Council. 

LandPaths recognizes corporate donors in posts to our thousands of followers and friends on Facebook and Instagram, and in our bimonthly e-blast sent out to more than 10,000 subscribers.

For information about corporate giving opportunities, please contact Development Manager Claire McMurtry at claire@landpaths.org or (707) 544-7284 x 106.

LandPaths is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization. Tax ID 68-0328590. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. We will not share your information.

Stories + News

Stories from the Field

Our impact is made possible by partners like you. Read the latest on LandPaths in the community.

A family smiles with the red barn at Bayer Farm in the background. In the foreground of the photo is a table full of tomatoes, squash, corn, and other vegetables harvested at Bayer Farm that day.

LandPaths receives $700,000 Outdoor Equity Grants Program grant from California State Parks.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  June 16, 2022  Contact: Leilani Clark, Communications Lead  Email: leilani@landpaths.org   Cell: (707) 332-4736  LandPaths receives $700,000 Outdoor Equity Grants Program grant from California State …

LandPaths receives $700,000 Outdoor Equity Grants Program grant from California State Parks. Read Article

little girl smiling in a face mask and owl camp t-shirt,

Covid Policies at LandPaths

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For 25 years LandPaths has actively worked for land and community in Sonoma County. Our commitment is further strengthened during the immense mental, physical, and financial challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic. Since March of 2020, when shelter-in-place …

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Hundreds of Roseland Middle Schoolers Get Outside with LandPaths’ Inspired Forward

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“This is gorgeous!” declares an 8th grader from Roseland Accelerated Middle School, looking across the waves of native grasslands billowing towards stands of redwood, oak, madrone, and bay trees, underneath a blue sky stippled with clouds at Bohemia Ecological Preserve. The Dutch Bill Watershed, where Bohemia is located, is the …

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Call for QTBIPOC Artists and General Volunteers for Queer and Trans Youth and Allies Camps

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LandPaths’ Queer and Trans Youth + Allies (QTYA) Camp in Sonoma County, Northern California, is looking for QTBIPOC guest artists to volunteer this summer! Guest Artists are …

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