Donate By Mail

To donate by mail, please make checks payable to the Death Valley Conservancy and send to:

Death Valley Conservancy
PO Box 566
Death Valley, CA 92328

If you would like to direct your donation to one of the specific funds we have listed below, please note your preference on the check memo. Otherwise, your donation will be used by the DVC in the area of greatest need.

Ryan, California Historic Mining Camp Schoolhouse - Death Valley

Conservancy Donation Funds

DVC – Unrestricted
We will use your donation where we feel it is most needed.

DVC – Endowment
Contribute to secure and sustain the long-term future of our efforts in the Death Valley region.

Ryan – Projects
Used to preserve and restore Ryan Camp.

Ryan – Endowment
Contribute to secure and sustain the long-term future for Ryan Camp’s preservation and needs.

Death Valley Fund 
Restricted to Death Valley National Park requested projects.

Devil’s Hole Pupfish Fund
Used to support research of the endangered Devils Hole Pupfish within the park.

20 Mule Team of Death Valley Replica Wagons Endowment
This endowment pays for ongoing operational costs of the borax wagons like cleaning and oiling, as well as insurance and other costs.

Friends of Scotty’s Castle Fund
Supporting preservation and interpretation projects specific to the National Park Service-owned Scotty’s Castle (aka “Death Valley Ranch”) and “Lower Vine Ranch” compounds. We are currently working with the NPS to restore the exterior “Wishing Well” fountain!

Borax Heritage Fund 
Supporting the stewardship, preservation and interpretation of sites and artifacts relating to the operations and history of the “Pacific Coast Borax Company” (and its successor organizations) associated with the Death Valley region. The fund has been used to create, maintain, and interpret the full-scale, working reproductions of the famous Death Valley 20-Mule Team Wagons.

Katherine Buffett Environmental & Cultural Heritage Fund
Supporting Park projects within the DVNP boundaries, with a special emphasis on projects which reflect Mrs. Buffett’s interests and values in wildlife, habitat and Native American cultural resources.