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Gear up for Good

03.08.17

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We are constantly looking for new ways to connect everything we do to the amazing conservation and environmental education partners we work with. These organizations are instrumental in protecting the public lands where we recreate and fostering the next generation of environmental enthusiasts.

Whenever you make a purchase of an Outdoor Project item from our General Store, 20% of the proceeds will be directed to your choice of non-profit partners. Instead of overwhelming you with so many to choose from, we have selected three partners with ongoing campaigns that you can elect to support with your purchase. You can also choose to direct your donation to OutdoorProject.org's general fund.

Current Campaign Partners

Big City Mountaineers

Photo by Rini Sugianto.

Big City Mountaineers transforms the lives of under-served youth through wilderness mentoring expeditions that instill critical life skills. They partner with community-based youth organizations and caring adult volunteers who act as mentors in the field to help young people realize their potential. BCM's curriculum improves integrity, self-esteem, responsibility, decision-making abilities and communication skills for close to 1,000 youth every year. Visit BCM's website for more information and ways to get involved.

Winter Wildlands Alliance

Backcountry views of Central Oregon Cascades. Photo by Benjamin Krause.

Winter Wildlands Alliance is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and preserving winter wildlands and a quality human-powered snowsports experience on public lands through education, outreach and advocacy. The alliance is made up of over 100 grassroots organizations. You can learn more about Winter Wildlands Alliance by reading our dispatch post or visiting their website.

Conservation Colorado

Sunrise in McCullough Gulch in the proposed Tenmile Wilderness. Photo by John Fielder.

Conservation Colorado has worked with communities around Colorado for over 50 years in pursuit of its mission to protect the state's environment and quality of life by mobilizing people and electing conservation-minded policymakers. Donations will go toward the campaign to permanently protect 60,000 acres of wilderness along the Continental Divide. You can learn more by reading our recent dispatch post on Conservation Colorado and take further action by showing your support on Conservation Colorado's website.

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We believe good things come from people spending time outside. It’s about more than standing on the mountain top. It’s about nourishment and learning. It’s about protecting what sustains us. It’s about building relationships with the outdoors and each other. LEARN MORE and share the pledge to Adventure Like You Give A Damn.

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