Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Field Dress™ lends support to Pass It On – Outdoor Mentors Program

WICHITA, KS (February 11, 2009). Today, many children express an interest in outdoor activities, but don’t have the support to help them realize those adventures.

Field Dress LLC has stepped up to help these kids. A portion of the price of every item sold on Field Dress’s website ( will go directly to Pass It On – Outdoor Mentors Program. Field Dress will also be supplying packs for specific Pass It On – Outdoor Mentors Program events. Chad Rodvold of Field Dress stated, "Pass It On- Outdoor Mentors is the ideal platform for Field Dress to continue its’ design ideals of respect and passion for the outdoors. I feel extremely privileged to be a part of such a worthy organization."

The Pass It On – Outdoor Mentors program recruits mentors who will share their love of the outdoors with children who lack opportunities to get outdoors without a mentor showing them the way. Pass It On - Outdoor Mentors was recently endorsed by the National Forum on Children and Nature as one of 30 projects that creatively reconnect kids with nature, benefiting their overall health and appreciation for the great outdoors. “Too many children are spending too little time outdoors,” commented Mike Christensen, President of Pass It On – Outdoor Mentors, Inc. “The generosity shown by Field Dress reflects their commitment to the outdoors…providing not only quality products for those who love the outdoors, but working to make the outdoors accessible for our youth as well. Their assistance through this effort will make it possible for more of our youth to experience the outdoors cherished by Chad and all of his customers.”

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Mike Christensen
Pass It On - Outdoor Mentors, Inc.
310 E 2nd
Wichita, KS 67202


Cory Glauner said...

Good for you. I should look into that too.

Deer Passion said...

That's awesome!! Now, I'm headed to the Outdoor Mentors website! It's great to see stories like this.

Mel said...

Ditto, what the others have said. Thanks for doing all you can for kids. I am heading over to the website also.

Rod McBellanic said...

Thanks all. Mike at Pass It On is a great fellow and the program is something I truely believe in. We can't continue to lose our children to life's conveniences.
There are a lot of creative ways to help and getting the word out is the start.
Thanks again.

Anonymous said...

I am very happy to try and help. There will be a post on my blog first thing Monday morning.