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HOW TO DONATE
Coming soon: Earn points when you give directly to our partners
KEEN Corps members earn 25 points for every $1 donated, up to 200 points per month. Your points are automatically awarded when you make a donation at checkout. And our new donation portal thingamabob is in the works, so you’ll be able to earn points for donations at our partner sites, too. Just keep track of any offsite donations you make today, and you can log them for points soon.
Causes We Support (or Impact Partners)
Leave No Trace
Leave No Trace partners with KEEN to help protect more natural areas than ever before through a series of community-based efforts called "Hot Spots" that ensure threatened parks will thrive.
Forest Park Conservancy
KEEN and Forest Park Conservancy are working together to increase responsible and inclusive recreation in Portland's Forest Park, one of America's largest urban forests, through a diverse crew of youth ambassadors focused on outreach and education.
All Hands and Hearts
KEEN supports All Hands and Hearts so it can deploy staff, equipment, volunteers, and proper footwear after disaster strikes to help affected communities regain secure, functional homes and schools.
Girl Ventures equips middle and high school girls to be leaders and environmental stewards, integrating a social-emotional and environmental literacy curriculum into hands-on recreation activities including backpacking, rock climbing, and sea kayaking.
Glacier Peak Institute
GPI's STrEAM Project empowers underserved school districts in rural Washington to integrate the outdoors into lesson planning and develop research projects. After-school programs harness the transformative impact of the outdoors through youth participating in stewardship while river rafting, canoeing, backpacking, foraging, mountain biking, and more.
Happiness is Camping
The Outdoor Education project brings immunocompromised children with cancer outside and out of isolation, reintroducing children with cancer to nature and giving them the freedom to explore and learn about the natural world around them.
Youth Garden Project
For nine weeks during summer break, the Youth Garden Project in Moab, UT, runs a full-day, outdoor summer camp for 1st - 6th graders based in and around their magical 1.5-acre organic garden space. Summer campers spend all day learning, playing, and exploring, using the garden and surrounding natural areas as outdoor learning labs.
She Builds Grantees
Black Women Build - Baltimore
Black Women Build-Baltimore is a home ownership and wealth building initiative that trains black women in carpentry, electrical, and plumbing by restoring vacant and deteriorated houses in West Baltimore.
Vermont Works for Women
Vermont Works for Women helps women and girls recognize their potential and explore, pursue, and excel in work that leads to economic independence. Trailblazers is a training program to support the entry and success of women and gender non-conforming individuals in construction and the trades.
Girls Garage is a nonprofit design and building program based in Berkeley, CA and a dedicated workspace for girls and gender-expansive youth ages 9-18. Founded in 2013, Girls Garage is the first-ever design and building workshop for female youth in the United States.
Oregon Tradeswomen helps transform lives by building community and economic independence through empowerment, training, career education, advocacy, and leadership development in the skilled trades. Oregon Tradeswomen’s commitment to help women achieve economic independence is integrated in their values, programs, advocacy, and direct service work.