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SOS is in constant need of gear to support our program participants. Any donations should be new or only slightly used and in good working condition. You can donate gear to SOS by sending or dropping-off donations at any of our offices. When we receive your donation, we will mail you a donation receipt.

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SOS holds many fundraising events throughout the year. In-kind donations can be used for prizes in raffles and auctions, participant awards, graduation gifts, and food or drink assistance for events.

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There are many volunteer opportunities on and off the mountain with SOS. In fact, over 750 adult volunteers give their time to SOS each year! We have opportunities for volunteers in outdoor youth mentoring programs, special events and administrative support. If you are interested, please read on for short descriptions and send an email with your name, location, and program of interest to volunteer@sosoutreach.org.

Mentor

This is a minimum ten-day, season-long commitment that includes five on-hill days and at least five days off-hill. Mentors provide a positive adult influence for our participants, working with them to better understand the SOS core values, improve their outdoor activity skills, enhance their leadership and career development training, and develop meaningful community service projects. (more…)

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Volunteers assist in office work including sorting inventory, gear distribution, data entry, and special events throughout the year. No minimum time commitment. Specific roles are based on the needs of each office. If you have a talent and desire to help, contact the office nearest you for more information. (more…)

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  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – June Creek Elementary School
    All day
    2019.05.07-2019.05.10

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

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  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – June Creek Elementary School
    All day
    2019.05.08-2019.05.10

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

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  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – June Creek Elementary School
    All day
    2019.05.09-2019.05.10

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

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  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – June Creek Elementary School
    All day
    2019.05.10-2019.05.10

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

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  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – Eagle Valley Elementary School
    All day
    2019.05.15-2019.05.17

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

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  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – Eagle Valley Elementary School
    All day
    2019.05.16-2019.05.17

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

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  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – Eagle Valley Elementary School
    All day
    2019.05.17-2019.05.17

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

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  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – St. Clare
    All day
    2019.05.20-2019.05.23

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

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  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – Stone Creek Charter School
    All day
    2019.05.21-2019.05.24

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – St. Clare
    All day
    2019.05.21-2019.05.23

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

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  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – Stone Creek Charter School
    All day
    2019.05.22-2019.05.24

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – St. Clare
    All day
    2019.05.22-2019.05.23

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

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  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – Stone Creek Charter School
    All day
    2019.05.23-2019.05.24

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – St. Clare
    All day
    2019.05.23-2019.05.23

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

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  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – Stone Creek Charter School
    All day
    2019.05.24-2019.05.24

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

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  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – Eagle County Charter Academy
    All day
    2019.05.28-2019.05.30

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

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  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – Eagle County Charter Academy
    All day
    2019.05.29-2019.05.30

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

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  • 4th Grade Trip to Colorado National Monument – Eagle County Charter Academy
    All day
    2019.05.30-2019.05.30

    SOS’ trips to the Colorado National Monument trips are four-day, three-night camping, hiking, and climbing experiences that allow students to visit the National Park- Colorado National Monument, museums and study the geology and natural history of Colorado. Planned in conjunction with the Eagle County School District, the trip is the culmination of a year of in-class book study meant to complement the fourth-grade science curriculum. Monument programs integrate the SOS core values (courage, discipline, integrity, wisdom, compassion and humility) while teaching life skills, teamwork, and cultivating leadership. Additionally, the curriculum instills trust, self-discipline, self-esteem, and increased communication to help youth gain an appreciation of themselves and the natural environment.

    During the fourth-grade trips to the Colorado National Monument, students studied geology and natural history in a hands-on setting. At the direction of highly experienced SOS guides, students spent four days exploring the unique terrain of Colorado National Monument with their classmates while learning the basics of rock climbing, hiking, cooking and stove use, and travel skills. Through a curriculum entrenched in the seven Leave No Trace principles, the Colorado National Monument trips provide students with a responsible and in-depth introduction to outdoor summer pursuits at an early age.

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