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      We are committed to giving back.

      It’s a priority at Krimson Klover.

       

      We believe beauty comes from not only looking good outwardly but feeling good from the inside. Giving to others is a vital way we nourish our souls. We’re giving back to our community, organizations, causes and the planet through partnerships with organizations that share in our beliefs. “Giving back is truly what makes the world go around,” Founder & Creative Director Rhonda Swenson says.

       

      Our Work With The Cairn Project

      We’re passionate about uplifting the voices and experiences of women and girls in the outdoors. As a brand that empowers women to Live Boldly, we’re thrilled to partner with The Cairn Project to nurture the next generation of empowered and self-confident girls through outdoor adventure. For girls and young women, The Cairn Project expands outdoor access by supporting community-based wilderness and outdoor education groups around the country through a small grants program. For women, we’re bringing together a community that is inspired to catalyze outdoor passion into a force for good, share learning and stories, and raise the profile of women and girls in outdoor adventure.

      Learn More About The Cairn Project

      Our Work With Hoods to Woods Foundation

      Krimson Klover's Fall Winter 22 artist collaboration is with NYC-based artist Lamont Joseph White who created limited edition art for the Solar Retro and Day Dawning Tops. Krimson Klover is donating 5% of sales generated from these two tops to Hoods to Woods Foundation to support Lamont's and our passion for making a positive impact through outdoor education and adventure. The Hoods to Woods Foundation is a nonprofit organization that promotes awareness of the outdoors to inner city children through snowboarding. It's cofounders grew up in undeserved communities in New York City and understand that sharing their passion for the outdoors can have a positive impact on inner city youth. 

      Fall Winter 22 Featured Artist Collaboration
      While born and raised in the NYC metro area, Lamont Joseph White has a deep love and connection to the mountains and outdoor spaces. Thematically, inclusion is important in his art. It's often said that race doesn't matter or that color isn't seen. He prefers, instead, to observe our differences so that we can better embrace them and create opportunity. Lamont Joseph White has exhibited his paintings and prints in various NYC galleries and at Ski Utah Headquarters, Snowbird resort and Christian Center of Park City.

      Our Work With Pink Vail

      Pink Vail is a family friendly event that raises funds to benefit the patients at Shaw Cancer Center in Edwards, CO. 100% of Pink Vail donations and registration fees benefit all patients at Shaw through enhancements to patient care and patient programming. All Shaw patients, whether male or female, no matter their cancer diagnosis, have the opportunity to benefit from Pink Vail funds throughout their cancer treatment experience and beyond. These unique services can dramatically impact a patient’s quality of life, but are not typically covered by insurance.

      Our Work With Breast Cancer Prevention Partners

      Breast Cancer Prevention Partners is a science-based advocacy organization that works to prevent breast cancer. Exposing the cause is the cure, and together we can prevent breast cancer. BCPP provides tips, science reports, education, and ways to take action in the prevention of breast cancer. Our previous donate for a discount promotion supported BCPP. 

      A few of the organizations we have supported:

      • Outdoor Afro, one of the nation’s leading, cutting edge network that celebrates and inspires Black connections and leadership in nature.
      • World Trust, an educational organization that ignites courage and expands capacity to create a world free from racism through film and dialogue.
      • Americares, a non profit providing personal protective equipment and training for health workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 outbreak.
      • World Wildlife Fund - Australia, an organization dedicated to the preservation of Australian wildlife.
      • Women Outdoors, a voluntary organization that promotes leadership, friendship, adventure and enjoyment in the great outdoors.
      • First Descents provides life-changing outdoor adventures for young adults (ages 18 - 39) impacted by cancer and other serious health conditions.