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With your help, we will continue to provide high-quality outdoor experiences to those who have limited opportunities to enjoy the natural world.

Volunteer for ICO

Inner City Outings welcomes volunteers interested in leading or assisting on outdoor trips, or helping with events or fund-raising.  The best place to start is to read our Volunteer Guide, which details the volunteering experience and how to get involved.  Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Lisa Dawson, to start volunteering. 

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Please contact our Chairperson, Bill Myers, to find out about how ICO can provide trips for your groups.

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Since ICO is an educational outreach program, your donation to ICO is fully tax deductible in accordance with current federal tax laws.

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Donate Gear

While we will gladly accept most usable outdoor gear in both kids and adult sizes, the following is a list of our urgent gear needs.  Please e-mail Rachel Cleaves to arrange a gear donation.

Rank

Item

Description

Amount

1

Winter gloves

Should be warm and relatively wind-proof. All sizes needed

30

2

Winter boots

Boots should be warm enough to protect feet from the cold while snowshoeing.  They should be waterproof or something that we can waterproof with wax or silicone.  Size range need is: Men’s 6 – 13; Women’s 4 – 11.

25

3

Rain jackets

Preferably made of a material that breathes or, else, having vents.

25

4

Base layer top

Made of non-cotton material.  All sizes needed

16

5

Hiking pants

Made of non-cotton material.  All sizes needed

16

6

Hiking boots

Should have significant remaining tread and uncompromised uppers.  Should be waterproof or made of materials that can be waterproofed with wax of silicone.  Size range needed: Men’s 6 – 13; Women’s 4 – 11.

20

7

Hydration bladder

Basic model (with or without associated hydration pack)

20

8

Snowshoes

 

9

9

Winter jackets

Should be warm enough for skiing

16

10

Compasses

Basic model

5

 

    

 

 

 

                            

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