Trail Case

Preserving, maintaining, and promoting more access to trails and outdoor activities.

 

The Trail Case helps support the efforts of local NPOs who share a common goal: to preserve and promote more access to trails, whether it involves hiking, biking, or other outdoor activities. In addition to supporting organizations that encourage our youth to spend more time outdoors and in nature, we also support groups that help maintain trails.

All donations from the Trail Case will go towards qualified organizations and their programs, after completing an application process with JINS.

To support local organizations that preserve trails, select the Trail Case at checkout.

TRIPS FOR KIDS

Trips for Kids envisions a world where kids from all walks of life have the opportunity to know the joy of riding a bike and the freedom to explore the natural world on two wheels. Every day there are up to 30 million children in the U.S. who aren’t getting enough exercise and have no safe place to go after school. Trips For Kids provides transformative cycling experiences that inspire, enrich and empower young people, especially the underserved.

Learn more about the Trips For Kids at www.tripsforkids.org

BAY AREA RIDGE TRAIL

The Bay Area Ridge Trail circles the Bay with more than 375 miles (and growing) of panoramas to inspire everyday and epic adventures. Their mission is to plan, promote and sustain a connected hiking, cycling, and equestrian trail on the ridgelines around San Francisco Bay - linking people, parks and open space for today and future generations. One of the events that Ridge Trail supports is Ridge to Bridge, Bay Area’s most gorgeous hike and ride through Marin and across the Golden Gate.

Learn more about the Bay Area Ridge Trail at ridgetrail.org

BAY AREA WILDERNESS TRAINING

Bay Area Wilderness Training (BAWT) mission is to create equitable access to outdoor experiences for youth of color and low-income youth. BAWT trains teachers and youth workers, provides outdoor gear loans, gives financial support, and fosters community collaboration. Bay Area Wilderness Training is a fiscally sponsored project of Earth Island Institute, a 501(c)3 corporation.

Learn more about Bay Area Wilderness Training at www.bawt.org