Everest, an online multi-merchant marketplace for the hunting, fishing and outdoor worlds announces its philanthropic program benefitting various industry organizations. Everest Gives Back has selected several, well-known conservation and veteran non-profit groups to be the first recipients of its multi-faceted charitable efforts.
“We are committed to giving back to the communities and organizations in which we exist,” says Bill Voss, CEO/Founder of Everest. “Everest actively invests in philanthropic programs and rallies around charitable work and causes that are important to the space and truly mean something to the industry in which we live and breathe.”
The inaugural group of Everest Gives Back recipients include Delta Waterfowl Foundation, Mule Deer Foundation, NSSF’s Project ChildSafe, Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation, Chris Kyle Frog Foundation and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
“Delta Waterfowl is excited about the launch of Everest, and to be one of the organizations Everest will be supporting,” stated Brad Heidel, Senior Director of Corporate Partnerships. “Their innovative approach of bringing some of the best brands to sportsmen should significantly benefit ducks and duck hunters.”
For more information on Everest Gives Back, visit the website at www.everest.com/how-we-give-back.
Everest Gives Back utilizes several programs to fund partner organizations:
- At checkout, customers are encouraged to select their organization of choice and round up their total order to the nearest dollar;
- Also, at checkout, customers can choose to add $1 to their order for conservation efforts;
- A portion of all Caliber Membership revenue is transferred to Everest Gives Back and its partners; and
- A portion of net revenue is transferred to Everest Gives Back