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IMPACT

Accomplishing Our Mission

SheJumps empowers women and girls to enjoy the outdoors through hosted events, educational clinics, and fundraising climbs. Our participants join for a wide variety of outdoor activities where they learn skills ranging from wilderness survival to mountaineering to outdoor medicine and more. These events are educational and help women and girls become self-sufficient in the outdoors.

2022-2023 Highlights

The past year was SheJumps’ biggest year yet! Some highlights include:

  • Reaching 6,629 women and girls in 2022-2023 through in-person, online, and guide-led programming

  • Hosting more than 200 events

  • Fundraising nearly $1 million, including  $100K+ in-kind donations

  • Providing 52% of those events as free or low-cost to help ensure equitable access to the outdoors

  • Expanding the Snowpack Scholarship

  • Return of our youth learn-to-ski programs in Utah and Alaska

  • Return of our Wilderness First Aid scholarship 

  • Expanding the SheJumps staff, including hiring a program coordinator to oversee our 15-year partnership with Alta Ski Area to continue working with immigrant and refugee youth

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Our Mission

Community Impact

To measure the impact of our programs. SheJumps sent out a survey to all of our email subscribers. Here’s what our community had to say about the impact of SheJumps on their lives:

 

  • 90% of respondents felt a sense of community when attending a SheJumps course/event

  • 73% gained a new skill or improved an existing skill from a SheJumps course/event

  • 79% gained confidence from attending a SheJumps course/event

  • 82% were inspired to get outside more often after attending a SheJumps course/event

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

In 2022, SheJumps offered our second annual Wilderness First Aid Scholarship for Women of Color. We offered two courses–one in Seattle, WA and one in Salt Lake City, UT–to 29 scholarship recipients identifying as Women of Color.

 

For the fifth year in a row, we also continued to offer the SheJumps Snowpack Scholarship, which includes an avalanche education scholarship and an Ikon Pass scholarship. We offered scholarships to 84 participants, with at least 50% going to Women of Color, to attend an AIARE Level 1 or Level 2 certification course. And we awarded 12 Ikon Pass scholarships going 100% to Women of Color. The scholarship included a full Ikon season pass, 1 day equipment rental, and a ski/snowboard lesson.

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Our Volunteer Squad

The work of our volunteers makes the many SheJumps events possible. Behind every volunteer-led SheJumps event you see, there are hundreds of hours of training, planning, and preparing to lead a safe and successful event. 

 

While our staff does help create and facilitate events, our events primarily reach communities thanks to our volunteers! Of the 200 events hosted by SheJumps this year, only 20 events were hosted by full-time staff. That means that 90% of our events come to fruition thanks to the hard work of our volunteers.

 

Our volunteer squad is made up of:

  • 9 National Volunteers

  • 7 Regional Directors

  • 18 Regional Coordinators

  • 60 Event Coordinators


Want to volunteer with us? Reach out today.

Women Change the World

We want to ensure a future where all women and girls – regardless of background, race, ethnicity or identity – can enjoy the confidence and skills to thrive in our outdoor playground.

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Financials

Form 990 is the IRS' primary tool for gathering information about tax-exempt organizations, educating organizations about tax law requirements and promoting compliance. Form 990 helps share information with the public about our programs.

Form 990 2021

Form 990 2020

Form 990 2019

Form 990 2018

Form 990 2017

Form 990 2016

Form 990 2017

SheJumps' digital presence provides inspirational stories, content, and networking relating to the outdoors and our community. We value "unsung heroines" and the opportunity to increase the visibility of these women in outdoor media and beyond.

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