Allied World – an international insurance company with offices in the Bay Area and great interest in helping small, local nonprofits enrich the community. Allied World provided us with a generous $1000 grant in 2010.
Baby Boot Camp – a fantastic business offering customizable, personal fitness support for mamas looking for great, all-around pre-natal and post-natal workouts. Since 2010, Baby Boot Camp of the San Francisco Bay Area has provided Stroller Hikes with free demo days several times per year, at varying locations on the peninsula or in the South Bay.
Blossom Birth Services – a wonderful nonprofit family-friendly organization offering a lending library, yoga, family support groups, and more. Stroller Hikes has partnered with Blossom since 2006 to organize and implement their annual family picnic.
Santa Clara County Parks and Recreation – government with wellness and family in mind! Facilitators of Healthy Trails and Play Here Programs. We became partners in 2008. In 2009, we began Moonlit Hikes, thanks to Santa Clara County’s commitment to keeping parks open past sunset for us. We have been a part of their Festival in the Park, a celebration of free or low-cost, family-friendly, health-conscious organizations, since 2009, and ran the Tutti Fruity Fun Walk and Run in 2011.
Frog Hollow Farm – a small organic fruit-centric farm in Brentwood, California (East Bay). Frog Hollow has provided Stroller Hikes event participants on the peninsula with organic fruit such as citrus, apples, and avocados February of 2013 to November 2014. Thanks for nourishing us through your Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)! They provide produce all over the Bay Area including Santa Cruz, Oakland, and San Jose, through Farmer’s Markets and CSA Subscriptions.
Full Circle Farm – a small, Sunnyvale farm providing education to the community about all things farming, fresh produce, and great community events! Stroller Hikes has provided a Mothering Tent for diaper changing, nursing, and providing respite from the heat and entropy of Full Circle Farm’s annual Earth Day Event since 2010.
Sports Basement – a sports authority for the whole family, including the widest range of infant to adult clothing sizes and geal for out and indoor recreation. Check out their community bulletin board for resources like Stroller Hikes! We have been partners since 2008. Mention Stroller Hikes’ Community Partnership at Sports Basement at the register and receive an ongoing 10% off your entire purchase. Look forward to our annual Craft Party in December of each year, since 2011.
Whole Foods – popular grocery store. In 2010, the Los Altos Branch had us on their nonprofits list for their Nickels for Nonprofits Program. In 2011, the Cupertino Branch provided about $100 worth of cheese and strawberries to our Burns Night Supper Fundraising Dinner.
Children in Nature Collaborative – a grassroots organization promoting free play in nature. Stroller Hikes shares their mission and promotes a lot of their events/their affiliates’ events, including the very popular Wild Zones at Ulistac Open Space in Santa Clara.
Bay Nature – a Bay Area non-profit devoted to exploring nature.
Las Madres – a new mother support group; two regional groups have partnered with us (2008) to promote fitness with families in the Bay Area.
NorCal Bike/BikeForums.net – a bicycle enthusiast organization that has partnered with Stroller Hikes to expand awareness of organized family-friendly bike activities in the Bay Area.
Bay Area Ridge Trail Council – a 501-c-3 nonprofit working to improve trails, expand their use, and build new trails in the Bay Area. We have provided support at their Annual Ridge Trail Cruz and Ridge to Bridge events, in 2010 and 2011. Ridge Trail Council regularly lists our Ridge Trail events in their online calendar.
Children, Nature, and You – a Hooked On Nature organization encouraging families to get outside to explore nature.
Roonga – a digital community space for sharing, selling, and giving away things to private groups. We manage our Gear On the Go Baby Transport Gear Lending Library through Roonga. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to join our Stroller Hikes-Roonga group.
City of Cupertino – City of Cupertino provided Stroller Hikes storage space for our Gear On the Go Baby Transport Gear Lending Library from 2011-2014.
Tri-California Events – An athletic series supporting triathalons and more recently stroller-friendly and hence family-friendly 5K and 10K events. TriCal has supported our running group with promotions for their stroller-friendly races at Treasure Island in July 2011.
Planet Granite – Planet Granite is an indoor climbing, yoga, and fitness gym. Planet Granite partnered with Stroller Hikes in 2012. Planet Granite provides free harness rentals and discounts on shoe rentals to families participating in Stroller Hikes indoor climbing events.
Kaiser Santa Clara‘s new parent classes found a resource in Stroller Hikes, in 2011. Since then, Stroller Hikes has been presenting to new parents in the Santa Clara area several times per year.
Pirate Brands is a healthy snack producer provided Stroller Hikes with snack sizes of their Pirate’s Booty and related puffed grain snacks, for event participants and to promote community participation at large community events from 2011-2013 .
ChatterBlock is a partner since 2012 that provides a plethora of local event options; they have a searchable database of family-friendly events.