Raising Funds

CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19

As of March 23, 2020, climbing on the Maple Bridge is closed, due to the Governor’s Executive Order 20-12, since it is considered playground equipment.

HELP…WE ARE RUNNING OUT OF MONEY. WE NEED CASH TO FINISH THE FIRST ROUTE. PLEASE DONATE.

This project is entirely funded with donations. All labor is volunteer time to construct routes. Many companies are donating products or provided supplies at cost.

We had 2 people provide large donations to get this project started. Metolius and Entre Prises are donating the first set of holds.

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EP holds made to match the color of the concrete

ClimbTech is helping with providing gear at cost. Smithrock.com helped with web page development. We are pulling every string to keep costs down while using high-quality hardware.

There are huge costs associated with this project. High-quality Stainless Steel is being used for long life span. Handholds and steel carabiners are both expensive and need replacing over time.

The Redmond Parks Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit which has partnered with the climbers. Your donations are tax deductible. Donations are desperately needed.

Climbing at Maple Arches is FREE, we are not making money from this. Consider giving back to this valuable resource. Routes will only be developed as money is raised. Help us complete the project.

Please donate to Redmond Parks Foundation so VOLUNTEERS can build more routes.

You may contact iancaldwell@hotmail.com for more information about donating.

You can donate to the Redmond Parks Foundation for the bridge through this PayPal link:

or you can mail a check to:

Redmond Parks Foundation
PO Box 2309
Redmond Oregon 97756
(specify for MAPLE BRIDGE)

WE NEED YOUR HELP.  Consider how much money you spend on:

a weekend of climbing.
a gym membership.
a tank of gas.
dinner at a restaurant.

 

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EP Staff on the first day of bolting to discuss the size and color of the holds.

 

Consider how great of a climbing opportunity this will be. You can be part of the process to make it happen.

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