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Sponsor Spotlight: LOGE Camps

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Last week’s annual Evening on the Lake event in Seattle exemplified the generosity of our many incredible sponsors. NatureBridge is so grateful for the impact of this year’s event, which raised $240,000.

LOGE Camps

As we reflect on an informative and fun-filled evening, we want to recognize LOGE Camps, one of our many Evening on the Lake sponsors. Creator of unique lodging experiences centered in expansive outdoor recreation areas, LOGE and its employees have a deep-rooted connection to the natural world around them. We spoke with Chief of Staff Christie Voos for insight on the shared visions of LOGE and NatureBridge.

With the goal of providing community-building recreation hubs, LOGE remains steadfast in its belief that increasing access to the outdoors will encourage more people to fight for the protection of our wild places. With a vision that aligns so closely to ours, LOGE was excited to get behind the NatureBridge mission of igniting self-discovery and inspiring stewardship of the planet by connecting young people to the natural world.

NatureBridge works to make the outdoors more accessible, which is foundational to LOGE’s mission. Through our support of NatureBridge, we are directly addressing our mission as a mission-driven enterprise.
Christie Voos

Comprised of hikers, bikers, skiers and adventurers, the LOGE organization embodies the idea that community is a key part of both individual lives and adventures. It stands behind the vision that becoming part of something bigger than oneself begins by embracing discomfort and exploring the unknown. Just like NatureBridge, the work of LOGE centers around the outdoors.

As such, LOGE gives 1% of top line revenue to nonprofits that cultivate a responsible use of our national parks and outdoor spaces. These partners include The Surfrider Foundation, Northwest Avalanche Association, Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance and Central Oregon Trail Association.

One of the many LOGE accommodation offerings.

We would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to all who joined the celebration of our outdoor environmental science programs at Olympic National Park during Evening on the Lake last week. Contributions from the evening will support our scholarship fund, which grants many deserving kids the opportunity to discover learning through the natural world. Learn more here.

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