What is the Summit Club Adventure Sponsorship Program?
At Kathmandu, we aim to inspire and equip the adventurer in all of us.
By providing you with Kathmandu gear – from clothes and shoes right through to bags and accessories – an Adventure Sponsorship helps you to challenge yourself to an outdoor adventure or project that has a positive impact.
How do I get involved?
It's easy. Become a Summit Club Member and then:
What adventures do we sponsor?
We can provide you with clothing & equipment to make a positive impact for people or the planet. Are you planning...
An inspirational outdoor adventure?
A culturally engaging project around travel and adventure?
A resourceful education initiative to help lift up communities?
An outcome-oriented endeavour with a focus on conservation?
When can I apply?
We offer adventure sponsorship opportunities each quarter. Take a look at which time period suits your planned adventure:
I'm interested. What else do I need to know?
At Kathmandu, we're committed to inspiring and equipping people through education, personal growth, and development to help them discover their full potential.
In collaboration with our partners and Summit Club members, we’re on a mission to empower our community to positively impact 100,000 lives in the next five years through adventure and education. Since 2014, more than 300 winners have benefited from an Adventure Sponsorship.
Please note: The Summit Club Adventure Sponsorship Program does not offer monetary support or products for auctions, raffles, or giveaways related to fundraising activities.
Check out member stories below...
The two journeys you take when solo hiking
What one woman discovered when solo hiking in the clouds.
What we can learn from polar exploration
Polar exploration is still an epic journey – but there are new reasons to explore.
From breaking point to record-breaking adventurer
What started this life of adventure...
From lawyer to travel writer
The first person to cover all seven continents on a motorbike.
From poachers to protectors: the Rangers of Tangkahan
In the sweltering jungle, a young man dismantles a homemade snare. It’s intended prey?