Outdoor Adventure Program Giving Priorities
The OAP has grown tremendously since inception in 2006 and maintains a large inventory including 18 canoes, 25 kayaks, 4 paddleboards, 7 trailers, 2 vans, 40+ tents, 50+ sleeping bags, water filters, stoves, backpacks, and many more items. See attached document for pricing on donor gifts.
Major Gift Opportunties
Contact Darcy Way, Advancement Officer, Michigan Tech Athletics, at 715-577-0642 or email@example.com, to learn how you can make transformational gifts to the Outdoor Adventure Program.
Current Major Gift Needs
Acquisition and transformation of Pilgrim Point into an Outdoor Recreation Center serving the students as well as the community through equipment rental, educational courses focusing on outdoor recreation, and resources to help guide adventurers in the Keweenaw.
Rock Climbing Wall
Replace the outdated and size limited indoor rock climbing wall in the SDC. The current wall is roughly 30 years old (educated guess) and lacks the space to effectively facilitate classes and general climbing. Popularity has increased in the past 10 years and as a result, a bouldering wall was added in 2016 to accommodate more club members.