The Haleakalā Conservancy is tasked with raising funds for projects critical to the success and sustainability of Haleakalā National Park that cannot otherwise be funded through government support and visitor fees alone.
Private philanthropy allows for growth and advancement for national parks and the National Park Service. By contributing funds to Haleakalā National Park, the Haleakalā Conservancy hopes to provide facilities, experiences, and services that will benefit the park and the community.
Rising 10,000 feet from the sea to the summit of Haleakalā, the park protects and preserves a striking variety of natural landscapes ranging from tropical rainforest to subalpine desert.
Haleakalā National Park also contains a vast amount of Hawaiian cultural and historical resources within the two park districts, Summit and Kīpahulu, that are important to preserve and provide educational interpretation.