reap what you SOW

We are firm believers that we are supposed to use the work of our hands to provide for our families and our business but we also know there are people who look to bless others. Being a 501(c)3 non-profit brings forward some challenges and one of those is being able to openly purchase expensive equipment whenever we need it. Most of the time we make do with what we have.

We have found that many people want to know exactly what their donation goes towards and so below are some specific items that we are currently looking for to help lighten our costs for this year. 

If you have any questions or would like to donate either a specific dollar amount or an item below, please contact us and we would be more than happy to make sure we get you a receipt and a a huge thank you!

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    In order to better our facilities, we could use 5 sets of aluminum bleachers for program seating

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    Paddle Boats

    Due to continued use, 2 of our older paddle boats need replaced for use on our lake.

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    With lots of ditches to be dug and projects to be finished, this backhoe would make work quick.

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    We get many requests for local youth needing a camp like ours with no means of paying.

Capstone Climbing is a 501(c)3 non-profit.​ We offer adventure programs and trips for people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds. Our mission is to promote healthy human connections through outdoor adventure.
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