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Lyda Hill, a longtime RMFI champion, philanthropist, and trail lover just like you, has made an incredibly generous lead gift of $40,000 to support our Devils Playground Trail project on Pikes Peak, one of dozens of important projects we have planned for this year, which is now shaping up to be the largest in RMFI’s 41-year history.

Lyda has given us a shot at doing more than we thought was possible this year. But, we still have $40,000 to raise and I’m turning to you to help match Lyda’s lead gift so that we can complete ALL of the other critical stewardship projects on our docket this year. We have until August 31 to reach our goal! Please consider a donation below! Thank you!

If you're looking to donate to the Rocky Mountain Field Institute, you've come to the right place. Thank you for considering our organization worthy of your hard-earned dollars. Your donation today will help keep RMFI staff on the ground responding to the ever-growing demands being placed on our treasured public landscapes. Every donation, big or small, makes an impact at RMFI and we appreciate you and your support. Learn more about our projects here.

At Rocky Mountain Field Institute, we are committed to the highest standard of efficiency and accountability in achieving our mission. We have achieved the Platinum Level of Transparency through Guidestar (highest level possible) and are accredited through the Better Business Bureau. Review our nonprofit profile on Guidestar here.           

Interested in supporting RMFI's endowment? Click here to learn more.

We also have many other ways you can support RMFI that are detailed here.           

RMFI is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. RMFI's tax ID is: 74-2225140. THANK YOU!

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For four decades, RMFI has played an incredibly important role in completing stewardship activities in our city parks and open spaces, and the value it has provided in the protection of our natural areas and trail systems cannot be overstated.

Kurt Schroeder Colorado Springs Parks Department