Friends of Moran State Park
Help Us Build the New Interpretive Center
GiveOrcas Fund Raising Campaign
December 2 – 20, 2019
Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is undertaking an exhibit development project at the summit: The new Interpretive Center. The center will focus on building meaningful connections that help visitors understand the broader story of Mount Constitution. It will also house the new Gift Shop. The build is scheduled to start in early 2020.
Let’s Build a Center that’s Orcas Grown/Milled and Keep it Local!
This past February’s windstorm downed hundreds of trees in Moran State Park. Let’s use those trees to support a sustainable build of the new Mt. Constitution Interpretive Center. The wood is free, but there is a cost to mill and prepare the wood for the build. A local mill is helping but we need your help to get us over the finish line. From fire hazard to studs and beams…let’s keep it local!
The Friends of Moran have been selected by the Orcas Island Community Foundation as one of the non-profits for the 2019 Give Orcas Holiday Catalog. The holiday catalog is an opportunity for non-profits to raise funds to support important initiatives on Orcas Island.
This is a significant opportunity and we need your help!
Follow the Friends of Moran Facebook page for photos and more related to the campaign.
The GiveOrcas Catalog opens for donations on December 2nd – Click Here to Donate!
Dec. 5 – Ben Franklin Day: – Donate $100 (or more) on this day and it could be boosted by $1000.
Dec. 10 and 17- Flat Person Selfie Drawings: Take a selfie with Flat Ed, who will be at various locations and parties around town. Post your selfie to social media with #giveorcas and you could win $250 for a nonprofit in the catalog!
Dec. 12 – Unique Donor Day: – $1000 bonus to the nonprofit with the most unique donors on December 12; see the video about a unique donor: https://vimeo.com/261166319. $500 for 2nd place and $250 for 3rd place.
Read more about the GiveOrcas campaign at the Orcas Island Community Foundation Website.
Join us for some Christmas Fun at Moran State Park
Come and join us at Moran State Park and learn to make a Holiday Swag or center piece.
Location: Cascade Lake Day Use Shelter
Saturday Dec 7th 12 – 3 pm (or as long as supplies last)
Park staff will supply greens, tools and ribbons
Event is free
A Discover pass is required for parking