Camber Outdoors to offer sponsored access to DEI tools

Small businesses and nonprofits can apply to access Camber’s services for free.

A new initiative from Camber Outdoors will widen access to the group’s DEI tools and programs.

Last week, Camber announced a sponsorship program aimed at small businesses and nonprofits in the outdoors industry. Certain businesses and organizations can apply for sponsored memberships, allowing them to utilize Camber’s workshops, mentorship programs, and tools like the Workplace Anti-Racism Action Agenda free of charge.

The initiative comes at a time when DEI is at the fore for many organizations in the outdoor industry. The In Solidarity Project launched a job board last summer, aiming to increase diversity and representation in the outdoor industry. More recently, companies like Eddie Bauer and REI have expanded their focus on DEI.

Small businesses with less than $500,000 in annual revenue can apply for sponsored membership here. Nonprofit organizations can apply here.