DOING GOOD IS EVERYONE’S BUSINESS.
THIS IS HOW WE DO IT...
OUR MISSION IS TO CREATE, CONSERVE
& ENHANCE OUTDOOR EXPERIENCES FOR ALL!
As an outdoor adventure brand we at Seaview 180 actively seek to find ways to protect and conserve the environments that allow us to participate in the fun activities we’re passionate about. We select outstanding groups dedicated to creating lasting impact for good on our planet. We believe in creating shared outdoor experiences with our friends and family. We want future generations to experience the wild in the same manner we do today. Our grants focus on efforts to protect and improve our forests, mountains, oceans, beaches, and other compelling projects dedicated to doing good.
We also strive to make outdoor adventure accessible to everyone. We seek to educate, enable and invite all people everywhere to come and enjoy the great outdoors. We do this by partnering with groups dedicated to that mission in various capacities. Check out these awesome partners we’ve had the privilage of working with...
LOVELAND LIVING PLANET AQUARIUM SPONSOR
Loveland Living Planet Aquarium (LLPA) is a tax exempt 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a mission to inspire people to Explore, Discover, and Learn about Earth’s diverse ecosystems. Taking this mission a step further, the Aquarium fosters stewardship of our Living Planet through conservation initiatives including the Coral Rescue program, which has a goal to restore 22 million square feet of coral reef in the Coral Triangle. Wildhorn is proud to sponsor the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium through our Reef 2 Leaf effort.
COTTONWOOD CANYONS FOUNDATION DONOR
Located east of Salt Lake City, Utah, Little Cottonwood Canyon, Big Cottonwood Canyon and Mill Creek Canyon compose a critical and magnificent ecosystem. The tri-canyons are located within the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, one of the most highly-visited portions of national forest in the nation, with over 5 million visitors each year. The canyons are also home to Brighton, Solitude, Snowbird and Alta ski resorts, providing skiing, snowshoeing, and backcountry use opportunities.
The Cottonwood Canyons Foundation believes it is imperative to educate the public about the canyons’ unique importance and how the public can help promote the canyons’ ecological health. The Cottonwood Canyons Foundation also aims to provide the community with direct and hands-on ways that individuals can give back to this environment through volunteering and stewardship.
It is our belief that if we all better understand the importance of this area, and if we all take part in helping to steward it, the Cottonwood Canyons will continue to be a healthy environment and watershed, and a spectacular place to recreate for generations to come.
NATIONAL ABILITY CENTER DONOR
The National Ability Center empowers individuals of all abilities by building self-esteem, confidence and lifetime skills through sport, recreation and educational programs.
We are the seekers and explorers, the fun-makers and adventurers. We believe life doesn’t stop unfolding just because we have a (dis)ability. We’re adaptive. Our NAC family draws from decades of experience working with people of all abilities, harnessing the power of specialized equipment, techniques, teaching methods and over 1,900 volunteers.
We adapt to make recreation and outdoor adventures accessible to people of all abilities – 365 days a year and across the state of Utah. We’ve got basecamps in Park City, Salt Lake City and Moab! Together, we start with “I CAN,” dream big and cherish every win – be it Paralympic gold, or quality time spent with family and friends.
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