Choose your own trail adventure!

We know that Giving Tuesday can be a little overwhelming, so we’re taking a break from our fundraising campaign to highlight some of our nonprofit friends who’s work we’d love you share with you.

Love is King’s mission is to provide an opportunity for BIPOC leaders to step into the realm of public land and freshwater conservation efforts and disrupt the historical system that allowed BIPOC voices to not be invited to government spaces where the decisions were made about land and wildlife and indigenous conservation policies.

Support Love is King

Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit with a base of operations in the historic mining town of Jawbone Flats in the Opal Creek Wilderness Area. Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center’s mission is to provide transformative wilderness experiences that grow a community of environmental advocates. In September of 2020, the catastrophic Beachie Creek Fire burned nearly all of the historic cabins and buildings of Jawbone Flats. Help Opal Creek rebuild!

Support Opal Creek Ancient Forest

The Oregon Trails Coalition is a cooperative body of broad-based, statewide trail interests dedicated to supporting, promoting, and advocating for the preservation, development, and stewardship of a statewide network of sustainable, world class trails. The Oregon Trails Coalition strives to ensure that Oregon’s trails benefit all of our residents and visitors, and inspire respect for Oregon’s natural and cultural resources.

Support the Oregon Trails Coalition

In an effort to improve diversity in trail racing and remove a potential barrier for the under-served and under-represented, Go Beyond Racing established the Trail Mix Fund™ in 2021. This Fund pays the race registration fee for runners who cannot afford it or aren’t sure they belong in the sport. The response to the Trail Mix Fund was so positive that this official not-for-profit organization was created and is now helping more trail racers get to the starting line.

Support the Trailmix Fund

NWTA’s mission is to advocate for new trails, to protect, improve, and build sustainable mountain bike trails, and to create recreation opportunities for mountain biking. The Northwest Trail Alliance’s vision is for a culture of land stewardship and community engagement to be central to mountain biking.

Support Northwest Trail Alliance

Forest Park Conservancy’s mission is focused on protecting Forest Park’s ecological health while encouraging responsible recreation and access. We believe these values are not only consistent, they are interdependent: the more people visit Forest Park and experience just how special a place this is, the more the public will support and value it. And the more people value this unique urban forest, the brighter its future will be.

Support Forest Park Conservancy

The organizations listed here are all valued partners of TKO and 100% of your donation goes directly to the organization you donate to.

As an added bonus, if you forward your Giving Tuesday donation receipt to before 12/11/22, you’ll be entered into a raffle to win a free pair of Danner boots from TKO!

Thanks for supporting our partners!

Latest News

Fire and Rain – 2022 Tread School

A photo of people in hard hats using straps to carry a burned log through a burned forest. Over this image are the words Tread School - Fire Recovery Edition

Rebuilding trails from the ashes.

By Natalie Ferraro

With over an inch of rain pouring down from cloudy skies for the weekend, it was hard to believe that the forest that volunteers worked and trained in during Tread School 2022 had been the victim of dry weather, extreme winds and raging fires only two years earlier. A group of Trailkeeper volunteers were undaunted by the ‘atmospheric river’ and showed up at Camp Talaoli anyway. These hardy folks were here to learn the skills needed to repair hiking trails after wildfires, and to start  rebuilding trails damaged by the Beachie Creek Fire.


Increasing Our Impact by Lending a Hand

Two people in hard hats work on their knees to install a piece of decking on a bardwalk.

TKO volunteers helped to build a new boardwalk at the South Slough Estuary Reserve this summer.

By Katie Vaughan, TKO Board Member

Throughout 2022, TKO crews set out on the Samuel H. Boardman Scenic Corridor—a 12-mile stretch of picturesque southern Oregon coastline—over 20 times, helping to recover areas lost to vegetation and time. Now, thanks to these efforts, you can have a picnic at Whaleshead Beach, hike from Natural Bridges to Spruce Island uninterrupted, or explore the Thunder Rock Cove Loop! […]

Reopening Neahkahnie and more!

a group of volunteers in hard hats stand smiling on a dirt trail

TKO volunteers are all smiles at this trail party event on Cape Meares

by Loren Payne

Throughout 2022, TKO volunteer crews have been caring for the trail systems on Oregon’s beautiful North Coast. Trails were maintained, existing trails were extended, and closed trails were reopened to the public for the first time in years! […]

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