Creative Ways To Give

Peak 7 thrives on the generosity of our supporters and fundraiser participants. There are many ways to get involved. Join us to volunteer at an event that raises funds, throw your own mini-fundraiser, or check out the sweet swag that supports Peak 7.
Here’s how it works:
1. Recognize that youth in the Pacific Northwest often do not have access to healthy adventure and positive mentors. Decide to do something about it.

2. Pick your fundraiser- the sky’s the limit! Run a marathon, ask for donations in lieu of gifts at your wedding or birthday, or climb a mountain. Get creative!

3. Tell your friends and family about your fundraiser and ask them to give. Every $125 you raise = another kid outside!

If you’re interested in these options, contact Lena Campbell for more details.
Check out our Paddle for Peak 7 Event!

From July 18th to August 28th, we’re inviting YOU to fundraise for Peak 7 by paddling for a cause! Join us for an opportunity to compete with friends, win prizes, and raise money to send youth on adventures. Learn more about the event below!

Add a purpose to your paddle!

From July 18th to August 28th, Peak 7 Adventures wants YOU to Paddle for Peak 7! Our goal is to raise $2500 to send youth on outdoor adventures and have some fun doing it.

Here’s how it works:
Sign up to participate through this form. There’s no cost for signing up, but we’re encouraging each participant to set a goal of raising at least $100!

Beginning on July 18th, start tracking your miles paddled and money raised. Donations can be made on your behalf at peak7.org/donate (select Event Sponsorship, then Paddle for Peak 7, and make sure your name is noted in the memo section)

Each week, we will publish a leaderboard and have some great giveaways for those with the highest mileage and money raised!

All are welcome to participate in the challenge, but if you are in the Seattle area – we will wrap up the competition with a Peak 7 Campout at Tolt MacDonald Park from August 28th-30th (dependent on King County moving into Phase 3) complete with Peak 7 swag and an awards ceremony!

Don’t have a paddleboard or kayak?
We have planned two Peak 7 Community SUP days and will have boards available to use on July 18th at Seward Park and in August (exact date TBD) at Sammamish State Park

How do I track my miles?
Sign up for a free Strava account and use your phone to track your mileage! Screenshot your progress and send it each Monday to lena.campbell@peak7.org. On Wednesday, we will post the leaderboard on social media and email it to all registrants!

In need of some inspiration for new spots and fun paddles?
Join Peak 7 staff and volunteers for some small group paddles we will announce throughout the timeframe!