Partnerships

Supporting Like-Minded Missions

Since the beginning of Terracea, we have been active participants in supporting other organizations that give back to both our local community, and the winter sports community as a whole. Through product donations and volunteering our time, we have been able to help give  people throughout the world the experience of a day spent on the mountain, and beyond.

Share Winter Foundation

Inspiring the winter sport participants of tomorrow, Share Winter is a grant-making organization that provides resources to non-profits, and provides access to ski and ride programs across the US. Through nationwide partnerships, they strive to make winter sports accessible to a broader, more diverse community, and share winter with over 100,000 youth by 2028.

AMC Youth’s Opportunities Program

Hosted by the Appalachian Mountain Club, the Youth Opportunities Program (YOP) is an outdoor education and social justice organization with a goal of equal access to the outdoors – regardless of social or economic barriers. Since their start in 1968, they have provided tens of thousands of young people with access to outdoor experiences across New England and the Greater New York City region.

Spartan Race

We were humbled to be chosen as the official jacket sponsor for Spartan Race staff and officiants at the 2018 Iceland Ultra Championship in Reykjavik. Our men’s and women’s insulated jackets were praised for both their durability and overall functionality while withstanding the Icelandic winds and frigid overnight temperatures at this 24-hour event.

Unlikely Riders

We were stoked to donate some of our jackets and pants to the community gear closet at Unlikely Riders in Vermont! Their mission is to encourage all Black, Indigenous, and People of Color to engage in fun, radical joy and offer support to find healing through the mountains while centering the needs and abilities of winter sport participants.

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