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    We take pride in being residents of Bishop and the Eastern Sierra. We believe we have a responsibility to be involved in our community, and to give back as best we can. We donate generously to a large number of local non-profit groups, schools, and organizations, a list of which is at the bottom of this page. 

    kids on the youth outdoor programThere's more to being part of a community than giving money, though. In 2015 we founded a program to help get youth outdoors. Leveraging store co-owner Todd Vogel's background as a mountain guide and outdoor educator we produced the Eastern Sierra Youth Outdoor program, which over the past five years has gotten a total of more than 125 kids out on a free-to-them six day climbing and backpacking experience. We now run this program through the Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association, but store co-owner Todd Vogel still works on the program, along with half a dozen of his colleagues from the outdoor ed world. 

    Eastside Sports donations 2019 (a partial list): 

    • Bishop High school Outdoor Club
    • ESIA
    • Bishop Football and Baseball teams
    • Eastern Sierra Cancer Alliance
    • Mule Days Celebration
    • Mono Lake Committee
    • California Deer Association
    • Friends of the Inyo
    • Eastern Sierra Museum
    • Access Fund
    • American Alpine Club
    • Eastern Sierra Avalanche Center
    • ICARE
    • Wild Iris
    • Amargosa Conservancey
    • Inyo and Mono County Search and Rescue Teams
    • American Legion Auxiliary
    • Bishop High School Swim Team
    • Sober Grad Night
    • Wildcare Eastern Sierra
    • Eastern Sierra Land Trust
    • Inyo/Mono 4h Council

    In the sustainability realm, we strive to support those vendors who participate in the BlueSign program, which certifies products on sustainabililty. We are members of 1% for the Planet, donating 1% of our Patagonia sales each year back to that organization for use on environmental issues. 

    In 2016 we flipped the switch on a 65 panel solar electric system, which generates 100% of our electricity. 

      We take pride in being residents of Bishop and the Eastern Sierra. We believe we have a responsibility to be involved in our community, and to give back as best we can. We donate generously to a large number of local non-profit groups, schools, and organizations, a list of which is at the bottom of this page. 

      kids on the youth outdoor programThere's more to being part of a community than giving money, though. In 2015 we founded a program to help get youth outdoors. Leveraging store co-owner Todd Vogel's background as a mountain guide and outdoor educator we produced the Eastern Sierra Youth Outdoor program, which over the past five years has gotten a total of more than 125 kids out on a free-to-them six day climbing and backpacking experience. We now run this program through the Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association, but store co-owner Todd Vogel still works on the program, along with half a dozen of his colleagues from the outdoor ed world. 

      Eastside Sports donations 2019 (a partial list): 

      • Bishop High school Outdoor Club
      • ESIA
      • Bishop Football and Baseball teams
      • Eastern Sierra Cancer Alliance
      • Mule Days Celebration
      • Mono Lake Committee
      • California Deer Association
      • Friends of the Inyo
      • Eastern Sierra Museum
      • Access Fund
      • American Alpine Club
      • Eastern Sierra Avalanche Center
      • ICARE
      • Wild Iris
      • Amargosa Conservancey
      • Inyo and Mono County Search and Rescue Teams
      • American Legion Auxiliary
      • Bishop High School Swim Team
      • Sober Grad Night
      • Wildcare Eastern Sierra
      • Eastern Sierra Land Trust
      • Inyo/Mono 4h Council

      In the sustainability realm, we strive to support those vendors who participate in the BlueSign program, which certifies products on sustainabililty. We are members of 1% for the Planet, donating 1% of our Patagonia sales each year back to that organization for use on environmental issues. 

      In 2016 we flipped the switch on a 65 panel solar electric system, which generates 100% of our electricity.