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October Hike Challenge with Team Sierra

Hiking With a Purpose

08.20.17

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Not all hikes are alike – some have amazing views along the way, some require more work to reach the top...and this next hike we’re taking on is one with a purpose

This is the most important hike of our lives because we’re raising funds for the Sierra Club, and we’re doing it together. Nature’s done good by us, and now it’s our turn to be doing good by nature. You don't always get to make a difference when you hike, but with Team Sierra, we can. 

We care about the places we live, and the funds you donate will enable the Sierra Club to do things like:

  • Provide cleaner, cheaper, energy. 
  • Protect our land, water, and air – from our backyards to the other side of the globe.
  • Save animals from being threatened with extinction.
  • Make the outdoors accessible for all of us. 

Our goal is $10,000.

Please help us reach our summit by starting your own 30 Mile Hike Challenge or donating directly to this campaign. Commit to hiking 30 miles in October and engage your friends, family, and colleagues to support you by donating to your challenge. We know the Sierra Club is going to take the funds we raise and use them to have the biggest impact on the issues we care about. 

For a little incentive, we have a few prizes up for grabs... 

Join our Team and Start Your Challenge Today!

The Sierra Club is making our communities better – they’re protecting natural places near cities and suburbs and working hard to ensure clean air and water for all. We want to help them succeed. Learn more about the Sierra Club and their mission by checking out sierraclub.org, and follow along on their adventures by visiting their blog, Lay of the Land

So what are you doing this October? Hiking, you say? Good answer.

All you have to do is hike at least 30 miles in October and get your community to support you. It's that simple. No matter where you are, you and your community can join in and help! Need a little more inspiration? Look no further....

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Turn it into a overnighter:

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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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