Douglas R. Tompkins Wild Legacy Fund of the Marin Community Foundation

Doug Tompkins—one of the most ambitious and successful conservationists in history, worked for a quarter century to create and expand national parks in Chile and Argentina, recover imperiled wildlife, demonstrate organic agricultural practices, promote healthy local communities, and support leading-edge activism. Under the continuing leadership of his wife Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, these pioneering efforts continue through the Tompkins Conservation umbrella of nonprofit organizations and through the support of other like-minded organizations.

For those who wish to support this innovative work to protect wild places and creatures in Patagonia and beyond, we welcome your contribution to this fund.

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Contact

Tompkins Conservation
PO Box 29290
San Francisco, CA 94129
415.381.8750

Supported by 12 Donations:

  • Kim L.
    I Gave $1,000
    In Doug's memory and for the future from Kim Larson
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    Anonymous
  • Mehrwert-Services AG P.
    I Gave $500
    X-Mas tradition- instead of writing post Cards we donate
  • Erin M.
    I Gave $100
    A small token of appreciation for two men who are beacons of inspiration and fortitude in my life; in honor of my husband and Douglas Tompkins.
  • JAred C.
    I Gave $75
    In honor of the Whitney & Ben Wedding
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    Anonymous
  • Kai B.
    I Gave $225
  • krzysztof  k.
    I Gave $500
    I send you an e-mail separably Christopher
  • Alex W.
    The Tompkins story is as inspiring as the spectacular lands this fund aims to protect.
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    Anonymous
    Nao tenho tudo que amo, mas amo tudo que tenho
  • Ramelle P.
    We have just returned from Valle Chacabuco, a most amazingly open, wild and yet welcoming place! This in appreciation for all that is there.
  • Chester L.
    I Gave $1,000
    Following footsteps of giants