Kahtoola is proud to announce the winter 2022-2023 recipients of its Philanthropy Program.
With over $30,000 in philanthropic grants during winter distribution, the recipients include The Tibet Fund, DigDeep’s Navajo Water Project, Runners for Public Lands, Soul Trak Outdoors, and The Howl Experience.
The Tibet Fund’s Nyingtob Ling project is a residential program for Tibetan children and young adults with disabilities located in Dharamsala, India.
DigDeep’s Navajo Water Project is the first regional initiative of DigDeep, a national human rights nonprofit that works to guarantee that every American has access to a tap and a toilet inside their houses.
Runners for Public Lands is devoted to organizing runners for climate action, sustainability practices, the protection of public lands, and equitable access to nature.
Other fall recipients include Soul Trak Outdoors, which seeks to support an Environmental Leadership Cohort project focused on BIPOC collegiate students in the Washington, D.C. area, and The Howl Experience, which received an in-kind grant of 25 pairs of Kahtoola’s MICROspikes for its Canadian environmental youth program.
Through the Kahtoola Philanthropy Program, Kahtoola donates at least 1% of annual sales three times a year to organizations that support the outdoor community, promote environmental responsibility, or preserve indigenous traditions.
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