Rockford, Mich. (December 22, 2014) – Since 2013, Chaco has partnered with the American Camp Association (ACA) to enable young campers to explore the outdoors and reinforce the commitment to a lifetime of adventure. As part of its official sponsorship, Chaco made a $46,945 donation to ACA’s “Send a Child to Camp” scholarship fund for 2014–enough to send 94 underprivileged children to camp.
“Going to camp is a time-honored tradition and for many it’s the beginning of a lifetime of love and respect for the outdoors,” noted Chip Coe, Chaco general manager. “Chaco is proud to make this donation to an organization that is vital to the future of our youth and, in particular, to provide these deserving children with a camp experience they might not otherwise enjoy.”
“We couldn’t be more thrilled that Chaco has raised over $68,000 dollars for our “Send a Child to Camp” scholarship fund since this partnership began in 2013,” adds Peg Smith, CEO American Camp Association. “Offering the opportunity to attend camp to over 100 children means the world to us and we are extremely grateful for our partnership with Chaco.”
Born on the river in 1989, Chaco builds premium footwear for the outdoor-minded. As a result of the brand’s proprietary LUVSEAT™ footbed, the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) has awarded the Seal of Acceptance to many Chaco footwear styles. The APMA Seal is intended to raise awareness by identifying products of exceptional quality that are manufactured with comfort, healthy, and safety in mind. Simply put, Chaco is fit for adventure. Please visit us atwww.chacos.com, Facebook:Chacos, Twitter:Chacousa, Instagram: Chacofootwear.
Chaco is a part of Wolverine Worldwide’s Performance Group, which also includes the notable lifestyle brands Merrell, Saucony, and Cushe.