Celebrating the 250th Anniversary of the Sandy Hook Lighthouse


2014-2015 Sandy Hook Foundation
Annual Appeal and Donors List

Programs 2014-2015

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The Sandy Hook Foundation

is the official friends group of the National Park Service (NPS) at the Sandy Hook Unit, Gateway National Recreation Area.

Established in 1989, the Foundation's goal is to nurture and protect all of Sandy Hook including Fort Hancock, a National Historic Landmark site, by supporting programs and projects of environmental, historic, and cultural importance.  The Sandy Hook Foundation is a not-for-profit charitable organization that relies on the generosity of individuals, foundations, and corporations, as well as dedicated volunteers, to reach its goals.

About Sandy Hook


This picturesque 2,044 acre barrier beach peninsula located on the northern tip of the New Jersey shore offers a variety of environmental, historical, and recreational resources.  Featuring seven miles of ocean beaches and sand dunes, salt and freshwater marshes, hiking and biking trails and 264 acres of maritime forest, Sandy Hook is rich in ecological diversity.

Also located on Sandy Hook is Fort Hancock, a complex that includes many historically significant military edifices dating back to the 1800’s, and the United States' oldest lighthouse can be found within historic Fort Hancock. Sandy Hook is much more than a favorite destination for many - it is a multifaceted jewel to treasure and protect.
 

For more information about Sandy Hook Unit, Gateway National Park, visit or call the Sandy Hook Visitors Center at 732-872-5970.
 


Make a Donation to the Sandy Hook Foundation.

Click here for a printable donation form


  "Preserving the Piping Plover; A Natural Partnership for Survival."

This video was made in partnership with Jeffrey Gould, the Sandy Hook Foundation, the National Park Service at Sandy Hook, and The Stone Foundation.

Click here to see “Preserving the Piping Plover” video



The Ospreys of Sandy Hook


Photo by Tony Rosa

More than a recreational paradise, Sandy Hook is also among the busiest, most important bird sanctuaries in North America and one of New Jersey’s best year-round birding areas.

If you visit Sandy Hook in the spring or summer, you must see the Ospreys, one of nature’s most magnificent and inspiring creatures.


Click here to see “The Ospreys of Sandy Hook” video


 

 
 

Sandy Hook Unit

For information: www.nps.gov/gate


Volunteer opportunities questions and comments

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Gateway wants to hear from you. Ask a question or post a comment or photo from your recent visit. Find out what's happening throughout the park.

 

 


Fort Hancock 21st Century Advisory Committee

This committee will advise the NPS on future uses of historic buidlings; meetings are open to the public


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Goats returning to Sandy Hook Summer 2014!

The Sandy Hook Foundation sponsors Poison Ivy Eating Goats

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2014 End of Summer Party Invitation

Sandy Hook Foundation

Save The Date Friday September 5, 2014.

 

2013 End of Summer Party Photos

Check out 2013 party photos
 


2014 Concert Season was a Success! Thanks to all our patrons!

Click here for the full 2014 Concert Schedule.

 

Thank you to Cooper Power Systems and Bahr's landing for underwriting in part our summer concert series.

 


 

 

Recognizing Sandy Hook as a STEM Education Resource


Sandy Hook offers a rich collection of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education opportunities for visitors of all ages. This video describes recent work in which SHF has played a leadership role in bringing geoscience and environmental science concepts to students and teachers at Red Bank Middle School (RBBS).

 


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