After the dust has settled on last week’s feasts and holiday shopping, it’s a great time to look back on the year with gratitude and give back to the causes that reflect our values.
At Stanley, we give year-round to organizations that represent our core values: conserving our planet and its wild places, connecting people with the outdoors, and supporting the communities where we live and work.
We hope that this Giving Tuesday, you’ll consider donating to these organizations that are working to create a better world.
Since 2015, The Conservation Alliance has supported efforts to protect and defend Bears Ears through $450,000 in grant funding to Friends of Cedar Mesa, Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition, Utah Diné Bikeyah, Grant Canyon Trust, Access Fund, and Earthjustice. Photo: Tim Peterson
Stanley strives to create a less disposable, more sustainable world through invention and originality.
Building a future of less waste also means preserving our lands, rivers, and oceans for future generations to enjoy. Consider giving to these great organizations that are protecting ecosystems and wildlife around the world.
Ocean Conservancy – Working to protect the ocean from today’s greatest global challenges through science-based solutions for a healthy ocean, wildlife and communities that depend on it.
The Conservation Alliance – Through the collective power of business and outdoor communities, the Conservation Alliance funds and advocates for the protection of North America’s wild places.
Western Rivers Conservancy – Protecting the West’s finest rivers and streams to conserve habitat for fish and wildlife, safeguard key sources of cold water, and provide public access for all to enjoy.
National Park Foundation – Working to protect wildlife and park lands, preserve history and culture, educate and engage youth, and connect people everywhere to the wonder of parks.
American Hiking Society – Envisioning a world where everyone feels welcome in the American hiking community and has permanent access to meaningful hiking, including urban, front country, and backcountry opportunities.
Photo Courtesy of The Venture Out Project
Our passion for the outdoors has inspired us to create innovative gear that makes exploring outside both inviting and memorable. That’s why we support an outdoors that is safe, inclusive, accessible, and enjoyable, no matter who you are. Explore these mission-driven organizations that are connecting people with nature and inspiring outdoor experiences for all:
Outdoor Afro – Where Black people and nature meet. Outdoor Afro is the nation’s leading organization that celebrates and inspires Black connections and leadership in nature.
The Venture Out Project – Envisioning a world where queer, trans, and LGBTQ+ youth and adults create community, develop leadership skills, and gain confidence through the shared experience of outdoor adventure and physical activity.
Full Circle Everest – Join Stanley in supporting this amazing group of history-makers on their journey to becoming the first all-Black team to summit Mount Everest.
Big City Mountaineers – Committed to providing transformative experiences through nature that strengthen life skills and build community for youth from disinvested communities.
Girl Ventures – Inspiring girls to lead through outdoor adventure, inner discovery, and collective action.
The Pacific Northwest is infused into Stanley’s culture. From providing essential services, disaster relief, and food to where it’s needed most, we support our neighbors and co-workers locally and globally. Learn about the organizations providing on-the-ground support to communities in need.
Team Rubicon - Serving communities by mobilizing veterans to continue their service, leveraging their skills and experience to help people prepare, respond, recover from disasters and humanitarian crises.
Pike Place Market Foundation – Building community in Seattle’s Pike Place Market and providing a network of programs and services that support the residents, workers, families and neighbors of the Market.
Northwest Harvest – Building partnerships in communities across Washington to get food where it’s needed most.
Asian Counseling and Referral Service – Promoting social justice, and the well-being and empowerment of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, and other underserved communities – including immigrants, refugees and American-born – by developing, providing, and advocating for innovative community-based multilingual and multicultural services.