There are a number of ways you can support the Charles River Reservation.
The Conservation Trust and the Urban Parks Trust Fund accept donations in an effort to support and enhance park facilities and programs.
The DCR Partnerships Matching Funds Program provides funds to match private and other non-state monetary contributions for capital projects on state land.
The Charles River Watershed Association has figured prominently in major clean-up and watershed protection efforts, working with government officials and citizen groups from 35 Massachusetts watershed towns from Hopkinton to Boston.
The Trustees of Reservations preserves, for public use and enjoyment, properties of exceptional scenic, historic, and ecological value in Massachusetts. The Trustees maintain an Endowment Trust Fund for the Upper Charles River Reservation.
The Charles River Conservancy is dedicated to the renewal and stewardship of the Charles River Parklands from the Boston Harbor to the Watertown Dam. The Conservancy works to make these parklands more attractive, active and accessible to all.
The Esplanade Association works to protect, restore, and beautify the historic Charles River Esplanade – one of the oldest, most dramatic, and most popular urban parks in the country.
The Charles River Clean Up Boat is a privately funded organization whose objective is to remove the floating trash from the Charles River.
The Newton Conservators promote the protection and preservation of natural areas, including parks, park lands, playgrounds, forests and streams.
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