TRAIL ACCELERATOR PROGRAM
Our Trail Accelerator Program (TAP) is focused on helping to build and extend nature and community trails for people to walk, run, bike, or roll on in Pierce County. We do this by coordinating public-private fundraising partnerships
that help local governments, park districts, and other
public land managers acquire essential matching
funds to develop trails in our service area. We
collaborate with "Community Boosters" to promote
donation drives that enhance local agency trail
development grant applications.
Land managers seeking TAP assistance with trail projects should contact us. We also offer other financial partnerships for trail planning and development!
ForeverGreen Trails actively seeks donations of matching funds for this program. Donors can specify whether their gift is to be restricted to a specific trail, a section of trail, or a jurisdiction, etc. We will work with you to ensure that your wishes are honored. Click the button below!
Raised $8,000 to leverage $1,000,000 in grants for Sprinker Recreation Center Outdoor Improvements in Parkland/Spanaway
Raised over $8,400 to leverage $3 million in grants for Pierce County's Pipeline Trail and Orangegate Park projects.
CURRENTLY raising $10,000 to leverage a $3 million grant for Edgewood's Interurban Trail project.
Photo by Jason Leung on Unsplash
“The Trail Accelerator Program (TAP) is very valuable to local jurisdictions as it raises public awareness and support for projects which demonstrate to funding agencies the importance of the project. Public–private partnerships like the TAP bring support and funding to priority trails throughout Pierce County.”
- Kimberly Freeman,
Resource Stewardship Superintendent
Pierce County Parks
“When our community needed support to leverage grant funding, ForeverGreen Trails stepped up to the plate and provided the critical infrastructure and organizing to get the job done fast. Thanks to ForeverGreen Trails, our community fundraiser unlocked state and federal grants totaling $1,000,000 for crucial active recreation and mobility improvements that will be felt in the Parkland/Spanaway area for years to come.”
– Tono Sablan,
Parkland Resident and “Community Booster”