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Mountain Khakis C.Y.A. in MK! Fundraiser for Conservation Alliance

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{gallery}2010/june28/cyamk{/gallery}Mountain Khakis' 2nd Annual C.Y.A. in MK! fundraiser means a good deal for you and a good deal for Conservation Alliance.

Now through Friday, July 23rd, Outdoor Industry individuals can order Mountain Khakis for $20 a pair.  100% of your cash benefits the Conservation Alliance.

This event is exclusive to Industry folks attending OR.  Pants will not be shipped, but must be picked up at the Mountain Khaki booth during the show.

Gramicci Sponsors Climbing Film

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The Last Wild Mountain

Gramicci is sponsoring the feature length documentary film The Last Wild Mountain: Portrait of the American Climber.  The company will donate signature organic hemp “Camu Tees” to support the production, promotion and distribution of the film. The T-shirts will showcase custom art by the producers and artists working on the film and be sold at film locations and online. All proceeds will directly benefit the film’s production company. The film production company has Non-Profit 501c3 status via IFP (Independent Filmmaker Project).

Kelty Donates to Eagle Mount Through Lend A Hand

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KeltyKelty is supporting the Eagle Mount Therapeutic Recreation charitable organization with a donation of 60 Mistral sleeping bags through “Today’s” Al Roker and his “Lend a Hand” project.

The Bozeman, MO based Eagle Mount helps children and adults with disabilities, challenging them to accomplish previously unthinkable activities such as skiing, horseback riding, swimming, and more.  Kelty’s donation will help Eagle Mount’s participants experience the simple pleasure of spending a night out under the stars.

In its ninth year, the “Lend a Hand” project continues its mission to help small charities across the country that work toward improving conditions in their communities.

Cascade Designs Sponsors Pacific Northwest Wilderness Expedition for Urban Teens

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Cascade DesignsCascade Designs, Inc., the Seattle-based designer and manufacturer of outdoor equipment, has donated $5,000 to Big City Mountaineers, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to enhance the lives of under-resourced urban teens through transformative outdoor experiences. The donation will completely fund one of BCM’s weeklong expeditions in the Pacific Northwest in summer 2010, matching five urban teens with five adult mentors. Cascade Designs will also sponsor a one-day outing for urban teens in the Pacific Northwest in fall 2010.

This summer, Big City Mountaineers will deliver 38 wilderness expeditions in California, Colorado, the Boundary Waters Canoe Area and the Pacific Northwest, providing outdoor experiences to teens from the San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, Portland, Denver, Colorado Springs, Minneapolis and Chicago.

Road ID Directs $19,000 to Charities

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Wrist IDRoad ID, the creator of identification tags for runners such as Wrist ID Sport, recently raised more than $19,000 for charities by utilizing social media promotions to highlight two separate initiatives.

The first initiative, the Amgen Tour of California Charity Challenge, asked participants to guess the winner of each stage of this famous eight stage bike race. $750 of that amount was directed to one of twelve charities which Road ID supports, such as the Arthritis Foundation and Susan G. Komen (Race for the Cure), and $250 was awarded to the winner of the fantasy cycling game.

IMBA and Clif Bar Offer Trail Preservation Grants

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IMBA-CLIFThe International Mountain Bicycling Association and Clif Bar announced a sponsorship agreement for 2010 which includes Trail Preservation Grants.  These ten $500 grants will be awarded by IMBA to affiliated clubs to support projects that preserve and enhance trail access, promote environmental education and inspire conservation in the mountain bicycling community.  Clif Bar also makes product samples available to support IMBA affiliates' volunteer trailwork projects nationwide.

Kokatat Sponsors Kamchatka Project

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{gallery}2010/june14/kamchatka{/gallery}Kokatat has announced their official sponsorship of The Kamchatka Project. Bryan Smith, a long time sponsored Kokatat Team Member, will lead an expedition of six whitewater kayakers as they explore the Siberian mountain landscapes of Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula, one of the last truly wild places on earth, in an effort to raise public awareness of the complex relationships between the place, its people and its fisheries.

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