Join our cause

Friends of the Apostle Islands appreciates your support at any level of giving. Suggested support levels include: 


$1,000+ Legacy
$500 Stockton Island
$250 Oak Island
$100 Sand Island
$50 Golden Anniversary
$25 Friend

Contributions to Friends of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore are tax exempt: IRS 501 (c)(3) – Tax Exempt Status. Please consider making your donation a recurring monthly gift.


To invest in your park through the mail, download and print a donation form. It’s a PDF file (the free Adobe Acrobat Reader or similar software is required.)

Enclose the form and your check made out to ​Friends of the Apostle Islands and mail to:​ Friends of the Apostle Islands, PO Box 1574, Bayfield, WI 54814.

We welcome business memberships too!

Donate now with a debit card or credit card or with PayPal

Learn about how the donation process works.

You may also gift stock to the Friends of the Apostle Islands. Fill out the form and send it to the address listed. (The free Adobe Acrobat Reader or similar PDF reader is required to view the form.)


All our supporting contributors will receive our newsletter, E-Blasts, notification of special events, and the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping to support the beautiful islands that we all love. Thank you for your support.

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We invite you to join us. Be a Friend and be a voice for these wild and beautiful Islands.

Friends of the Apostle Islands are a diverse group of sailors, kayakers, boaters, divers, lighthouse lovers, hikers, fishermen, beach-combers, wildlife watchers, and many others, who share a love for these 21 islands and the 12 mile section of mainland that make up the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore of Wisconsin’s Lake Superior shore.

Our Mission is to promote an appreciation for, and preservation of, the natural environment and cultural heritage of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.

Our Efforts connect people with the history, beauty, and adventure of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore; support the educational, recreational, and resource protection efforts of the National Park Service; raise funds to support park projects and events, and increase community involvement with the Islands.


Caring for our place on Gichigami/What We Do

The “Friends” work to provide reliable and essential support to our park and are committed to the following pillars:

Education

Spread an awareness of our park’s unique attributes. Provide a deep understanding of how it seamlessly contributes to our region’s vital marine landscape. Exhibit the skills necessary to discover the park. Equip users to be advocates for continued stewardship.

Accessibility for all people

Make the park one of the most accessible, inaccessible national parks; share a piece of wilderness with everyone.

Service

Focus on practices and projects that safely enhance the visitor experience without compromising a sense of adventure.

Stewardship

Build a foundation that ensures sustainable protection of all park resources – natural and cultural.


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