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You are here: Home Resources E-Newsletter Archive Spring 2009, Issue III Gear Drive 2009!

Gear Drive 2009!

Looking for a way that you can give to Journeys this year? With the recent increase in scholarshipped participants (66% of our 2008 youth participants recieved financial aid) we are hoping to create a solid Gear Rental system.

Here is the list of items that we will be accepting during our gear drive this spring (please bring items that are in good or great condition -- if you have questions about whether or not your item is appropriate contact either Tara or Emily at the office, (425) 485-7396.

Item Description Total Needed
Internal Frame Backpack Sizes Kids through Adult Large 26
Synthetic Sleeping Bag w/ Compression Sack + 20 degrees or better, Lightweight 27
Sleeping Pads Thermarest, Closed Foam, etc. 27
Rain Jackets and Rain Pants Sizes Kids Small through Adult Large 54 each piece
Polypropylene Long Underwear Bottoms Sizes Kids Small through Adult Large 54
Polypropylene Long Underwear Tops Sizes Kids Small through Adult Large 54
 Fleece Tops or Jackets Sizes Kids Small through Adult Large  54
 Quick-Dry Pants  Variety of Sizes   54
 Headlamps    27
 Stuff Sacks  Variety of Sizes   50

 

We are open to other gear that you can find on our Participant Gear List too, such as: Sports Whistle, 8 x 10 Tarps, Large "Group" Tarps, Collapsable Trekking Poles, Rubbermaid Totes (24 gallon-ish), and Coolers. Or call us with your other ideas -- the above items mostly serve individual participants but Journeys also has a Group Gear list (including Stoves, Cooking Pots, Collapsable Water Buckets, etc.)
 
Come check out our new Gear room when you drop off your slightly used gear on May 2nd, between 10 am and 2 pm! We are in the process of developing a wonderful Gear Storage Space and Check-out system to meet the needs of our participants and their families.  
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