In 2021, the Foundation’s Board of Directors chose ten organizations that promote conservation, encourage youth and veteran participation in outdoor sports, and work to improve diversity and inclusion in the outdoors. Together, the Vista Outdoor Foundation’s ten grant recipients received over $600,000 in grant funding.

In 2022, we will dive deeper into each of the organizations we’re partnering with in our monthly “Common Ground” feature.

JANUARY FEATURED GRANTEE:
National Ability Center

FEBRUARY FEATURED GRANTEE:
Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation

MARCH FEATURED GRANTEE:
National Forest Foundation

APRIL FEATURED GRANTEE:
Youth Seen

MAY FEATURED GRANTEE:
Little Bellas

JUNE FEATURED GRANTEE:
Blue Star Families

JULY FEATURED GRANTEE
Pedal Power MN

AUGUST FEATURED GRANTEE
Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation

SEPTEMBER FEATURED GRANTEE
International Mountain Bicycling Association

NOVEMBER FEATURED GRANTEE
Protect Our Winters

The Vista Outdoor Foundation supports non-profit partners and programs that unite outdoor enthusiasts to: conserve open space, get kids off screens and into the outdoors, expand access and opportunities for recreation in underserved communities and diversify outdoor recreation.

Read more about criteria, funding requests and grant cycles.