Yakima Valley Trolleys - Preserving America's last intact, early 20th Century, interurban electric railroad

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Donation Wish List

The Yakima Valley Trolleys depend on volunteers and donations to keep the railroad running. We maintain the following list of specific items and services which we are particularly in need of, however other contributions are welcome as well. Keep in mind that the Yakima Valley Trolleys are a 501 (c) (3) organization and all contributions are fully tax-deductable.

Please contact us if you think you can help be a part of our effort to preserve the YVT.

Share Financially

Cash donations are always welcome at the donation boxes in the powerhouse. Checks can be received in the donation boxes, at the gift shop or by mail at: Treasurer, Yakima Valley Trolleys, P.O. Box 796, Yakima, WA 98907-0796. 100% of cash and check donations goes directly to the maintenance and operation of Yakima's trolleys.

Donations can also be made online using a credit card. This secure service is provided by Network for Good. A 4.75% fee is deducted for this service, but the remainder goes directly to the maintenance and operation of Yakima's trolleys. To make a credit card donation, please visit our page here on Network for Good.

Businesses and foundations might also consider supporting the trolleys at a higher level. Please see our page on Sponsorship and Advertising for details.

Share Gifts-In-Kind

Quantity Description
1 male mannequin, standing
1 female mannequin, seated
75 4"x4"x96" pressure treated wood post
150 1/2-13 x 1.5 galvanized forged shoulder eye bolt
300 3/8-16 x 6" eye & eye turnbuckles, galvanized
300 3/8-16 x 5" eye bolts, zinc plated or galvanized
300 3/8 flat washers
300 3/8-16 lock nuts- nylock or all steel
3000 feet 3/16"guy wire (common or utility grade)
450 1/2x 3" lag screws- galvanized or zinc plated
300 1/2 x 7-8" lag screws galvanized or zinc plated


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We always welcome new volunteers to join us in preserving America's last intact, early 20th Century, interurban electric railroad. We have volunteer opportunities of all types, ranging from entry-level to skilled work. Please see our Volunteering and Membership page to get started.

We are also seeking help with the following specialized services: