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Volunteers in Lynn, MA help cleanup a future section of the Bike to the Sea Path, a segment of the East Coast Greenway.

Photo: Chris and Sharon Santillo


















Whether you have a lot of time or a little, you can help create the East Coast Greenway! We depend on the support of our members, donors, and volunteers to advance the ECG vision. The ECG and its constituent trails can improve public health, lessen roadway congestion, and bring economic benefits to the communities along the Greenway corridor. Please support our efforts to build an American legacy.

Don't know where to begin? Here are few places to start:

Support Us

Supporting the ECGA financially is one of the easiest and most effective ways to help the Greenway become a reality. Your tax-deductible contributions help support ECGA efforts on the local and national levels, and we depend on this support to promote the vision and get the trail on the ground. Become an ECGA Member, join the Close the Gaps Club, make a direct donation or sponsor a mile of trail


Get Involved!

There are so many things you can do to get involved. Volunteer with your state committee to help create the ECG in your town, advocate for local trails, become an ECG Ambassador to spread the word about the ECG, help monitor our route, and much, much more!

Chamber of Commerce

Do you own a business located along the East Coast Greenway? Or are you involved in an aspect of trail planning or building? Joining our Chamber of Commerce allows you to advertise on our website and materials to reach out to trail users and people who could use your services. 


The East Coast Greenway Alliance is a 501(c)(3) organization. Your contributions are tax-deductible.


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