We believe in the fundamental importance of connection between individuals, organizations and, especially, between ourselves and our planet. These connections make us who we are and power everything we do.
To a bystander, these two communities might feel quite different; however, to those who are a part of our ecosystem these communities are clearly at the core of the Revelry Group ethos.
We have less stress, we are more creative, but most importantly we become more receptive to ideas and thoughts.
We harness the power of the outdoors to both create connections and enable individuals to think and act differently. We use the outdoors as a platform to inspire our people and create positive change.
Owning the largest outdoor guiding business in the Northwest allows Revelry to offer each person in our company to recharge by spending 5 nights in the outdoors each year. We also host anyone from the industry to experience the same. Over the years we have taken hundreds of people from our industry to the outdoors to reconnect with themselves, their families, and others.
It’s these connections that form a thriving community. As a community, we have an obligation to give back.
In 2010 we founded LEAP, a 501(c)(3) that creates opportunities for healing and growth through immersive wilderness programs that support people affected by significant health issues, psychological distress, and socioeconomic adversity.
This is a give back to our beliefs.
In 2020 we were a driving force in the establishment of the Sun Valley Culinary Institute. This school was designed to both alleviate labor issues in the foodservice channel and help qualified individuals get a debt-free education.
This is a give back to our industry.