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ENformer – July / August 2022

ENformer – July / August 2022

Eastern National to Resume Direct Donations to National Park Partners

This summer Eastern National will resume providing direct donations to national parks as we recover from the economic impact of the global pandemic. In July 2022, through a pilot aid to parks program, we provided direct donations totaling $1.5 million to more than 130 units of the National Park Service, to support the interpretive, educational, scientific, and historical projects and programs that the NPS determines are needed for their sites and are consistent with its mission. Read more…

EN & WNPA Receives DEI Grant from National Park Foundation

We are thrilled to announce that Eastern National and Western National Parks Association have received a joint grant from the National Park Foundation’s Strong Parks, Strong Communities program to support a diversity, equity and inclusion project that will strengthen our organizations, and the park partner community. Read more…

EN to Resume Park Publications Reprints Program

Eastern National put our custom “New Publications” and “Reprints” programs on hiatus when Covid arrived in 2020. Those programs consist of hundreds of site-specific national park titles, National Park Service Handbooks, maps, posters, prints and more, many of them award-winning titles and significant drivers of education and revenue for our park stores through the years. Read more…

Eastern National Offers Commemorative Juneteenth Products

To commemorate Juneteenth National Independence Day, Eastern National’s merchandise team curated an assortment that is appropriate for all park stores with a variety of price points and product types that appeals to a broad audience. Read more…

Latino Heritage Internship Program Intern Isabel Gonzalez tells the story of the Freedmen’s Colony

Did you know that Roanoke Island in North Carolina was a part of the Underground Railroad and played a key role in helping freedom seekers establish new lives for themselves and their families during and after the Civil War? Read more…


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