We are grateful for the generous support provided by the following organizations.
The Foundation for Youth Investment has provided funding for basic operation and infrastructure. In a very real way, Project GO would not exist without the support and funding from this organizarion.
The Association for Experiential Education, the research they sponsor and publish and the training resources that they provide have been instrumental in forming Project GOs mission and programs. When we began to seriously research “best practices” in adventure and experiential education, all roads led to AEE.
Sierra Rescue has been a long time supporter of Project GO, and frequently offers training and resources at discounted rates to Project GO volunteers. Thanks to their continued support, Project GO guides are among the most thoroughly trained and prepared guides operating on the South Fork of the American River.
IRIE Rafting Company has been there for Project GO since the very beginning with donations of used equipment and training support. Today, IRIE donates a portion of its profits to Project Great Outdoors.
Reno Typographers is a small commercial printing company in Reno, Nevada. They have provided discounted or free printing services to Project GO since 1999.
Friends of the River, California’s Leading river conservation organization, has provided support and guidance, and very much informs our understanding of California’s Rivers.
Pacific River Supply is a bay area company that supplies equipment and supplies to whitewater boaters and companies. PRS has donated thousands of dollars of equipment to Project GO over the years, and continues to support project GO with significant discounts.
Hotshot Imaging is a photography company that takes photos on the South Fork of the American River. Many of the images on this website and in our promotional material were provided free of charge by this great civic-minded company.