The Olompali People
The Olompali People

Established in 1982, The Olompali People (TOP) is the nonprofit volunteer support organization for Olompali State Historic Park. Through the efforts of TOP, a general plan was created that led to the opening of the Park to the public in 1990. TOP is dedicated to preserving and restoring the cultural and natural history of the park, as well as to enhancing educational and interpretive programs. TOP's goals include restoring the Mary Burdell Victorian Garden, restoring historic buildings at the park, and supporting an Historic American Landscape Survey of Olompali's 8,000-year human history.

The Olompali People is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations to The Olompali People are tax deductible. TOP also is a committee of the Marin State Parks Association.

Become a member and help save the park:

To become a member of TOP, simply click the button below and enter your tax-deductible membership donation.

Student/Senior memberships are $25.
Family memberships are $50.
Sponsorships are $100 or more.

Every dollar counts toward saving Olompali. Thanks, and see you at the park! 

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