Giro Helmets for National Ability Center

Photo Feb 02, 1 19 39 PMFollowing the recent success of the bike-building event during the Vista Outdoor Sales Conference, Vista Outdoor donated an additional 60 Giro helmets to the National Ability Center. More

American Himalayan Foundation 


Consider riding a motorcycle on roads with no guardrails to protect you from cliffs with abrupt drop-offs. These roads are 80 percent pure dirt and the rest a mix of rock and mud. Lots and lots of mud. More

Bikes for the National Ability Center


During the Vista Outdoor Sales Conference held in Park City, Utah, 150 Vista Outdoor employees assembled 70 bicycles for the National Ability Center.   More

Adopt a School

adoptaschoolVista Outdoor employees at the Lewiston, Idaho facility volunteered to help support children in need by adopting their local elementary schools during the holiday season. Employees filled two trucks with food, shoes, boots, coats, clothes, hygiene items, and more items that are needed when school is not in session. More

Feed My Starving Children

feedstarvingchildrenlogoVista Outdoor employees, friends and family from the company’s Anoka location spent their day packing food for Feed My Starving Children. The non-profit organization provides hand-packed meals, specially formulated for malnourished children. Meals are shipped to 70 countries around the world.  More


It was fun and games for a good cause on April Fool’s Day as the Vista Outdoor team took to the slopes in Park City, Utah. Vista Outdoor is an active partner with NAC and jumped at the chance to participate in this community event.

The Ability Snow Challenge is an event for all ages and all ski levels. More 

United Way

UnitedWayVista Outdoor employees are heavily involved in community United Way volunteer opportunities throughout the country. The company also organizes a yearly giving campaign to encourage all employees to donate to help those less fortunate. More

Letter to the Editor


Imagine turning to the Opinions section of the newspaper and finding our company name on one of the Letters to the Editor. The October 16 Letters to the Editor section of The Lewiston Tribune included a posting titled, “Valley benefactor.” More