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Thank You!

Together, we raised $100,000 for the outdoors

Learn more about corporate support. Contact Pete or Julia.

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David Aldridge
Barbara Allin
Shannon Barnett
James Beeson
Kelly Buffum
Anastacia Burton
Megan Canfield
Michael Carnrike
James Casey
Carol Cdebaca
Melinda Chitwood
Joe Ciezkowski
Brent Cochran
Mimi Coles
Carrie Cousins
Chip Cressman
Christy Crouch
Rupert Cutler
Mary Davis
Frank Deal
Eileen Dickey
H Patrick Dunn, Jr
Kathryn Early
Kristen Eccleton
Paul Economy
Mary Elmore
Kyle Falwell
Kemper Fant
Rich Ferrazzano
Connor Fralin
Lisandra Garcia
Noah Gettings
Eric Giebelstein
Benjamin Hammelman
Ellen Harkrader
Jessica Harris
Laura Hart
Jean Hazelwood
Corey Heitz
Richard Henegar
Susan Herndon-Powell
Christopher Heslin
Jessica Hicks
Joseph Hoydicz
Benjamin Hoyt
Timothy Huffman
John Hull
John Hykes
Cole Inman
Benjamin Jones
Greg Kuetemeier
Jared Ladia
Natasha Lee
Brett Lemon
Rob Lindstrom
Ryan Lucas
Elizabeth Martin
Becky McKimmy
Kenneth McLeod
Robin Meador
Chris Moore
Timothy Murphy
Bethany Murphy
Sarah Newbrough
Mark Pace
Charles Parmain
Kait Pedigo
Janice Perdue
Richard Peters
Hannah Phillips Hale
William Poe
Julie Ann Pullen
Joe Reed
Terry Reed
Cary Regal
Sarah Reid
James Revercomb
Kurt and Gail Rheinheimer
Marla Robertson
Gina Schauland
Paul Scott
David Smith
Helen Smythers
Taylor Spellman
Chelsea Taglang
Suzanne Thorniley
Ian Webb
Marilee Weikel
Kerry Werner
Jill Westland
Leonard Wheeler
Michelle Whisnant
Jason Williams

What is Project Outside?

Recently, local outdoor recreation areas have seen up to a 200% increase in usage. While it seems that we should be celebrating more people in our region getting outside and enjoying natural assets, it’s actually generating a lot of sudden, unanticipated wear and tear on already over-taxed resources. Parks, rivers, greenways, and public spaces don’t bounce back on their own and unfortunately, our region isn’t currently investing in these areas at a rate that will allow us to capitalize on our community strength.

Project Outside is a community fund to support outdoor capital improvement projects, maintain key outdoor assets, and help launch and support businesses in the outdoor sector. It is designed to help ensure that outdoor assets remain in top condition for residents and visitors.

Project Outside is a partnership between the Roanoke Outside Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, and land managers of identified regional outdoor assets. Funds will be used to fill maintenance funding gaps in projects or initiatives and pool resources to tackle large-scale outdoor infrastructure projects.

Grant applications are available now.

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