Washington Trails Association is proud to partner with companies that share our commitment to protecting hiking trails and getting people outdoors. Our corporate partners help WTA protect trails and wildlands where we live, work and play - from the Cascade foothills to our national parks. Together, we support the Northwest's quality of life and the well-being of our economy: active recreation is a $12 billion industry in our state.
How Your Company Can Support Trails
Corporate Membership: Become a corporate member of WTA to benefit trails and your business. Download our membership application for a full description of membership benefits and apply today.
Sponsorship: As a WTA sponsor, you'll connect directly with hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts. Opportunities include:
- Hike-a-Thon, a month-long hiking event in August;
- Trail News, WTA's monthly e-newsletter;
- WTA website sponsorship;
- Northwest Exposure Photo Contest in fall;
- Volunteer Appreciation events in fall; and
- Fireside Circle annual celebration.
Corporate Giving: Make a charitable gift, award a grant, or donate products and services.
Matching Gifts: Match employee cash or volunteer contributions to WTA.
Workplace Giving: Include WTA, EarthShare Washington or both in your employee giving campaign.
Corporate Volunteering: Take your team out for a day of trail work with WTA. Current corporate members are given priority for scheduling.
To find out more about how your company can partner with WTA, please contact Lisa Unsoeld-Chang, Development Manager, at (206) 625-1367 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Corporate Partners
Olympic - $10,000-$24,999
Cascade - $2,500-9,999
Alpine - $1,000-$2,499
* WTA Corporate Member
Additional Support Provided By
Boeing Employees Alpine Society
S.D. Deacon Corp. or Washington
Egan & Associates - for Gregory
Fikkes Fly Rod
Lake Wenatchee Info.com
Seven Simple Machines
Sherpa Adventure Gear
Whole Foods Market Bellevue
Wildernest Outdoor Store