As one of our four values, we absolutely love to be able to give back. Giving back is highly important to everyone on our team. At All Terrain, we have committed to give back 3% of our top-line revenue to a number of groups local to the area. Not only have we committed a percentage to give back but we’ve made it a personal mission of ours to continuously give back to strengthen our community and help it grow. It’s rewarding to see how the work of one person, a few, or a full team can make an impact.
As a business, we have our “usual” non-profits we typically partner with as we share many similar values and there is also many other non-profits and community members who we pass it on to, through our employee pay it forward program, customer spray it forward program, and by donated service work.
WAYS WE PASS IT ON
Spray It Forward
While we try to honor as many requests as we can, it may be difficult based on the number of requests and the time of the season. Requests must be from current and active customers.
Pay It Forward
Each of our full-time employees is able to pick a foundation/non-profit of their choosing to donate to. We now line up our All Terrain Pay It Forward day with Giving Hearts Day to help maximize what gets donated to the organizations.
2023 Pay It Forward Organizations:
4 Luv of Dog Rescue, Boy Scouts of America Northern Lights Council, Cats Cradle Shelter, Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch, Fargo Optimist Club, Gigi’s Playhouse, Haven, HERO, Homeward Animal Shelter, Jessy’s Toy Box, Kamp KACE, ND Veterans Cemetery Foundation, Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Red River Valley, Soul Solutions, The Brady Oberg Legacy Foundation.
We recognize that participating in Youth Sports offers benefits and lessons that carry over to all aspects of life. As big baseball fans, we have strong roots planted within the baseball community. Fun Fact: Our previous owner, Ryan, served as the President of Fargo Youth Baseball from 2014-2019. During his time, he served as the project manager for multiple renovation projects and merged youth baseball into one organization to provide some better facilities so the kids could have a better experience.