GET INVOLVED

Make your mark today! Get involved and make a donation by clicking the "Make a Donation" button below. When making a donation, in the "Notes & Designations" field, mention your donation is for the Friends of the White Rock Creek trail. Thanks for your support!

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DONATIONS

Want to join our efforts but not sure where to start? Make a Donation and take advantage of this incredible opportunity to lend your support. It’s a great way to contribute to the cause, and every little bit counts towards paving the path for a better tomorrow. Our current goal is to use the donation money collected for future trail projects such as adding water fountains, and benches.

When making a donation, in the "Notes & Designations" field, mention your donation is for the Friends of the White Rock Creek trail. Thanks for your support!

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ADOPT A SECTION OF THE TRAIL

Adopt a section of the trail today. Please email us by clicking the "Adopt Now" button below and send us your name, phone number and group or business affiliation and we'll send additional information! This program is in development and will be available in Spring of 2021.

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BECOME A FRIEND!

Membership is the best way to be involved. By joining the Friends of the White Rock Creek trail official "Friends" group you'll be the first to know about upcoming events, projects and information about the trail. Click the "JOIN NOW" button and send us an email letting us know you'd like to join and we'll add you to our database for future updates.

 

CLEAN UP DAYS

We host groups to support the trail by volunteering to come out and help clean up! Want to join or bring a group out, let us know and we'll arrange a day and time for your group to come out and clean-up a section of the trail.

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Boy Scout Troop 861

The boy scout troop 861 has been a tremendous help to clean up the trail. During past clean up days, they not only cleaned up the trail, they also helped with a homeless encampment too.