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What is it?

The 1% For Kids On Rivers program collects a 1% voluntary donation from customers of participating businesses on purchase of goods and services.

A common obstacle preventing many kids from experiencing the growth that comes from outdoor experiences is cost of participation. 1% Partners have the opportunity to remove this barrier for many deserving kids - without sacrificing business revenue. Businesses who participate in the 1% For Kids On Rivers program empower GOALS to provide life-changing wilderness expeditions to underserved kids.



1% PArtners

Small contributions from many people making a big difference for kids on river.

GOALS is proud to showcase its 1% For Kids On Rivers Partners. Businesses that strive to connect their communities to impactful opportunity, inspire youth to pursue positive growth, and empower a healthy and connected community. 1% For Kids On Rivers allows businesses to achieve this through a voluntary donation of 1% on top of goods and services in store.


Golden River Sports

Golden's original fly fishing and whitewater paddling shop located in historic downtown Golden. Since 2004 they have been locally owned and opperated. Located just blocks away from the Golden Whitewater “Playpark” Course and the “Golden Mile” fishing habitat on Clear Creek. Their staff are all fly fishing experts and whitewater enthusiasts and take pride in helping you with all your equipment needs. They can help prepare you for your adventure whether you are off to some extraordinary destination or headed down the street to play. They live, eat, breathe, and play on the rivers!

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Want your business to be a 1% Partner?

GOALS is only as strong as its team of supporters. If supporting GOALS through 1% For Kids On Rivers aligns with your business mission statement reach out today and create in impact on lives on rivers tomorrow! 




Miles and Smiles Made Possible by 1% For Kids On Rivers

1% For Kids On Rivers partners made this opportunity entirely possible for kids who would otherwise not have the opportunity.