We work with a number of charities and organisations who are dedicated to making the outdoor environment a better, cleaner and more accessible place for all to enjoy. During the 23rd – 26th November we wanted to give something back to help them continue their fantastic work. That's why we are committing 1% of every online sale during this weekend, to support their collective causes and to say thank you for everything they do.
The 1% donation will be split between the following well-deserving charities:
The Youth Adventure Trust works with vulnerable young people aged 11-14 through a series of adventure camps. The charity equips young people through the power of the outdoors with hope, confidence, skills and resilience to help them deal with life in a positive way.
Snow-Camp’s mission is to engage young inner-city people through snowsports, to provide life skills training, nationally recognised qualifications and work experience. The aim is to increase their motivations and aspirations, enabling them to gain employment in the snowsports industry and beyond.
Disability Snowsport UK is a people-centred organisation with a unique sense of purpose: that anyone regardless of their disability can take part in and enjoy the thrill of snowsports. They provide exciting and life-enhancing activities for individuals or groups who require adaptive equipment and/or special instruction and support.
Climbers against Cancer (CAC) aim to increase awareness and raise funds for research in the continued fight against a disease that affects so many. It is a none profit organisation, with all proceeds donated directly to cancer research facilities throughout the world.
Protect Our Winters (POW) was founded by professional snowboarder Jeremy Jones in 2007. POW turns passionate outdoor people into effective climate advocates. POW leads a community of athletes, thought pioneers and forward-thinking business leaders to affect systemic political solutions to climate change.
Mountain Rescue team members are all volunteers, on call, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Ever-changing call-outs see them recover climbers from precipitous crags, reunite lost walkers with their pals and ensure injured and sick casualties are safely delivered into vital hospital care.
The UK’s largest woodland conservation charity, it was established in 1972 by Kenneth Watkins OBE, they protect and campaign on behalf of this country’s woods, plant trees and help restore ancient woodland. Their vision is a UK rich in native woods and trees, for the benefit of people and wildlife alike.