These generous folks support Girl In The Wild in extraordinary ways
At Arc’teryx, the goal is to design equipment that enables a person to be immersed in the moment of doing, regardless of external conditions.
“Our female-identified athletes, ambassadors, employees, and customers are proof-positive of the amazing things that outdoor experiences can provide. We are 100% behind Girl in the Wild providing these opportunities for more girls to rise.”
Carolyn (Caz) Beaumont
MARKETING & COMMUNITY LEAD
Arc'teryx Kitsilano Store
At Hornby Organic, we make delicious energy bars using simple, organic, whole-food ingredients! By sourcing organic, local and fair trade, we believe in a regenerative approach to creating and sharing food. Not getting caught up in food fads, we focus on what amazing ingredients go into our bars and invite you to taste the difference.
“Good food & wild adventures go hand in hand! Supporting Girl in the Wild is something that Hornby Organic can 100% stand behind.”
Every summer, RUNBC Adventures gathers groups of like-minded women for an exploratory week-long adventure in British Columbia. Together, they experience new terrain and create lifelong memories other incredible female souls.
RUNBC is supplying all of their participants with Girl In The Wild tees.
“We at RUNBC believe very strongly in supporting and empowering our next generation of bold and badass women, and we are stoked to partner with Girl In The Wild on this awesome project.”
Jen Segger, FOUNDER
Eleven Eleven is a coveted speaker series conference and an established HR and Recruitment Consultancy firm designed to provide inspiration and provoke thinking on the Human side of running a business. It was founded in Vancouver, BC by two Human Resources professionals, Alisha Adams and Tess Sloane.
Eleven Eleven generously donates a portion of conference sales to Girl in the Wild.
"We are excited to join forces with such a purpose-led mission. This is the most important work for us to be in."
TESS SLOANE, COFOUNDER
The Mountain: BC Skincare Co boutique organic skincare company in British Columbia, Canada. They’re passionate about providing customers with wholesome, organic skincare products that amaze, including glacial clay masks, soaps, and lip balms.
The Mountain: BC Skincare Co donates a portion of the proceeds from soap sales to support Girl in the Wild. They also give each of our girls an organic lip balm at camp.
“We champion around and support Girl In The Wild because we believe every girl deserves to adventure and to live wild & free”
TANJA GIBNEY, FOUNDER
Bewildher is high quality, eco-friendly and ethical made-in-Canada activewear empowering conscious active women to be wilder. The products feature wilderness inspired prints, are made from recycled plastic bottles and every purchase plants a tree in BC.
Bewildher donates $1 from every pair of leggings sold to support Girl in the Wild.
“It's important for me to give back to our community. Girl In The Wild is helping girls rise. And that's something Bewildher believes in.”
NADINE MANSON, FOUNDER
Helly Hansen has been an innovator in outdoor technical apparel since 1877.
They are generously donating rain jackets to our Girl In The Wild adventurers.
Backpacker's Pantry has been fueling adventurers with healthy, light-weight dehydrated meals since 1951.
They've kindly extended a 40% discount to Girl In The Wild to help keep our girls happily fed at this summer's camp.
Petzl creates innovative tools and that allow men and women to progress, position, and protect themselves in vertical environments, as well as to light their way in the dark.
Petzl is supplying our Girl In The Wild adventurers with harnesses, headlamps, ATCs, chalk bags, climbing helmets, and stickers.
Eddie Bauer offers premium-quality clothing, accessories and gear for men and women that complement today's modern outdoor lifestyle.
Eddie Bauer is generously donating backpacks, headlamps, sporks, socks, and toques to Girl in the Wild.
"I am so grateful to work for a company that has a passion for giving back to our local community."
AMANDA LESPINAY, DUAL STORE MANAGER
Londre Bodywear designs beautiful swimsuits and hair accessories that are sustainably and ethically made from recycled plastic bottles in Vancouver, BC. They are donating hair scrunchies to all our Girl In The Wild adventurers.
"This is an incredible cause. Thank you for introducing such a powerful experience to our Canadian babes"
NATASHA KEREN, PUBLIC RELATIONS