While Majestic View Nature Center is the City of Arvada’s environmental educational facility, our programming and Nature Center wouldn’t be possible without our other sponsors. From grants to one-time donations, these gift to environmental learning continues to help us reach our mission:
Supporting conservation and stewardship of public lands and connecting people to the great outdoors in Jefferson County with amenities, programs and events and information. J.O.F helps sponsor costs for low-income schools to attend field trips and connect kids with the outdoors. To learn more about Jefferson Outdoors Foundation, visit www.jeffcooutdoors.org
The SCFD is a seven-county tax district created within Colorado law, approved by Colorado’s General Assembly and renewed by voters multiple times over more than 30 years.
SCFD funds school field trips and programs that allow Majestic View Nature Center to reach over 12,000 school children each year. To learn more about SCFD, www.scfd.org
Funded with a one-half of one percent sales tax, Jeffco Open Space contributes to city and park district projects, has preserved more than 56,000 acres, and manages 27 open space parks and more than 244 miles of trails in Jefferson County, Colorado. To learn more about Jefferson County Open Space, visit www.jeffco.us/open-space
Aside from volunteer time donated, the Nature Center is eligible to receive charitable donations. If you are able and willing, you can give monetary donations for programs or program supplies. Your support ensures that we will continue to be able to work towards our mission and is greatly appreciated!
SOLE (Schools and Outdoor Learning Environments) is designed to increase interest and participation in the outdoors by connecting Colorado students and families to environmental education programs and outdoor locations. They sponsor school SOLE nights and eligible field trips. To learn more about SOLE, visit www.cpwsole.org.
In the past, we’ve had groups or organizations partner with us to sponsor areas in and around the Nature Center, such as our “Kids Nook” or our outdoor arbor. We’ve also collaborated with scout groups, service groups, and other partnering organizations to complete projects around the park, such as trail building or invasive weed management.
Groups and organizations can also partner with us for our larger public events, such as Arvada Trails Day and International Migratory Bird Day, by helping with planning, logistics, and programs. Contact us to support a project.
Interested in Sponsoring the Nature Center?
If you or your group would like to sponsor the Nature Center, please contact us or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We appreciate all sponsors who help us inspire environmental learning and interpretive connections with our community. Curious about what you could help us achieve? Take a look at our original park master plan for ideas.