Requipper Teams up With Share Winter Foundation
It’s no secret that the barrier of entry for participating in snow sports is becoming increasingly insurmountable for many families.
Fortunately, Share Winter Foundation is on a mission to change this by providing grants to youth winter sports organizations across the country. Through Share Winter’s grants, over 45,000 kids were able to get out on the snow last year.
Requipper launched with the mission of making the outdoors more accessible and sustainable by helping folks buy and sell used gear online. The company recently launched a consignment program to help outdoor enthusiasts extend the life cycle of their gear.
Constance Beverley, CEO of Share Winter, says “As part of our mission to break down barriers to entry to snow sports participation, we’re excited to partner with Requipper, which is creating a new, innovative platform for acquiring snow sports gear.”
Requipper is thrilled to support Share Winter’s efforts by donating 10% of sales revenue from their warehouse for the month of April.
“We couldn’t be more excited to support the amazing work Share Winter is doing in improving the lives of kids through winter sports,” says Requipper co-founder, Sasha Landauer.
Requipper’s mission is to unlock the value of second hand, for both consumers and our planet. Requipper has been hard at work building a frictionless resale platform starting with outdoor gear with the goal of helping folks get outside affordably and sustainably.
Over the last year, Requipper has partnered with college clubs around the country to fund gear libraries and scholarships. The partnership with Share Winter is a natural extension of Requipper's mission, which will help even more people fall in love with outdoor sports. All are invited to shop the sale and support Share Winter's amazing work!
About Share Winter
Share Winter Foundation (“Share Winter”) is a grantmaking organization working to improve the lives, health, and fitness of youth through winter sports.
Share Winter works closely with carefully selected grantees to build efficient, effective, sustainable winter sports programs and pipelines to ongoing winter sports participation. Through their partnerships, they strive to make winter sports accessible to a broader, more diverse community, and share winter with 100,000 youth by 2028.