Team Adventure Medical KitsTender Corporation's Team Adventure Medical Kits is an adventure racing team that focuses on multi-day, multi-sport expedition races that take place around the world. Kyle Peter, captain of Team Adventure Medical Kits (6 team members), has captained teams to 1st place finishes in the last three United States Adventure Racing Association's National Championships (USARA) and to 3rd and 4th place finishes in the World Championships. Kyle and his team's consistent success over the years has earned them the respect of the global adventure racing community.
International Mountain GuidesInternational Mountain Guides® – the “Best Mountaineering Outfitter on Earth” - National Geographic Magazine. International Mountain Guides® organize and lead climbing, trekking and mountaineering expeditions around the world, from the classic climbs of the Alps and Andes to the 8,000m peaks of the Himalayas.
National Ski PatrolWe are proud to support the National Ski Patrol in its credo of “Service & Safety”. Tender Corporation's Adventure® Medical Kit brand designed a co-branded medical kit with National Ski Patrol which is used by the patrolers.
National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS)We have partnered with National Outdoor Leadership School, the leader in wilderness education, since 2010. NOLS sets the stage for the development of leadership skills and environmental ethics for the students of all ages. We brand proudly manufactures their medical kits which are sold at NOLS facilities and used by NOLS guide nationwide.
American Hiking SocietyTender Corporation has supported the American Hiking Society since 2008. The American Hiking Society promotes and protects foot trails, their surrounding natural areas, and the hiking experience. American Hiking Societies National Trails Day® is the nation’s largest annual celebration of America’s outstanding trails and outdoor recreation.
The Breast Cancer FundSince 2012 Tender’s staff climbers have raised over $30,000 for the Breast Cancer Fund’s Climb Against the Odds. We've had five staff climbers trek up California’s 14,180 ft. volcano Mt. Shasta to raise awareness to prevent breast cancer by eliminating our exposure to toxic chemicals and radiation linked to the disease.
Four Corners School of Outdoor EducationWe support Four Corners School's Canyon Country Youth Corps who ensure the health and accessibility of public lands through various demanding projects. Extreme safety precautions are necessary for this type of work and the groups carry our medical kits on all trips.