Giving Tuesday 2021

@ KÜHL News By Kühl Editor

The greatest gift of living, is the joy of giving! In celebration of Giving Tuesday and in support of our local community, KÜHL is donating $25K to both the Human Outreach Project (HOP) and Wasatch Adaptive Sports (WAS). These programs help ensure future generations can experience everything the outdoors has to offer.

Join us this Tuesday and give back to those in need. Find a local charity in your community or cause you care about on Charity Navigator. And please share in our Mountain Culture & Instagram with the hashtags #GivingTuesday #GivingisKUHL.


Human Outreach Project

Created in conjunction with its parent company, World Wide Trekking (WWTrek), the Human Outreach Project (HOP) was conceived on the premise that trekkers could – and should – give back to the communities in which they travel. It is a way to support and empower local individuals and communities that play host to WWTREK’s travel and exploration programs around the globe. With humanitarian support for both individuals and groups, it is HOP’s firm commitment to leave a positive impact on WWTREK destinations. At KÜHL, we are proud to support the HOP’s endeavor to protect the stability and welfare of some of the most unique cultures worldwide.

The Human Outreach Project works hard to put donor dollars into action. KÜHL’s donation helped facilitate the restoration of the Nepalese Pheriche Aid-Post, which is, by far, the closest to Everest and on the way to the base camp. This aid post is the only medical center in upper Khumbu Valley. Used by both climbers and local Sherpa communities, our aid specifically went into training and rest facilities for guides, porters, and travelers in need.

Learn more about the Human Outreach Project and World Wide Trekking.


Wasatch Adaptive Sports

Wasatch Adaptive Sports offers fantastic programs for individuals with adaptive needs to get outside and experience the limitless wonders of nature. By providing entry-level through advanced instruction, participants gain the ability, confidence, and independence to enjoy the outdoor recreation every season has to offer. Personalized assessments and instruction empower participants to open the doors to a life of freedom and independence through outdoor adventure.

There is little in life more rewarding than seeing expressions of pure joy in the faces of people that have been through so much. Once they are shown the possibilities, an amazing transformation begins. Spirit, determination, and a “can-do” attitude allow participants to regain the self-confidence and independence necessary to enjoy a happy outdoor lifestyle.

Learn more about Wasatch Adaptive Sports.

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