Getting involved outdoors: Gear to Grow

October 17, 2011 by Jamie Page

VIVOBAREFOOT is donating 650 pairs of the Evo shoes to Gear To Grow. The Gear To Grow Program permits outdoor retailers and manufacturers to donate gear for the benefit of educating the public and getting more people involved and excited about outdoor recreation.
At VIVOBAREFOOT, we are always increasing the quality of our environment and promoting health and movement. From the beginning, design for sustainability was at the core of the company’s philosophy. All shoes have been rated against a public eco-matrix that qualitatively details the impact of each design. VIVOBAREFOOT is eager to partner with Gear To Grow and hopefully get more people involved in the great outdoors.

About Gear To Grow

The Gear to Grow program allows outdoor retailers and manufacturers to make tax-deductible gear donations for the benefit of getting more people involved in outdoor recreation.

Simply put, Gear to Grow brokers gear between the donors and non-profit organizations whose primary missions entails getting people involved in outdoor activities. Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, the Gear to Grow program is a project of the Pacific Mountain Institute, a 501(c) 3 non-profit.

The Gear to Grow program began in December 2009 and now serves more than 70 outdoor non-profit groups throughout the United States since.

For more information visit the Gear to Grow website.

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