Steamboat Climbing Collective is a B Corp

We are deeply committed to social responsibility, employee well-being, and environmental sustainability.

Community Engagement

  • Steamboat Climbing Collective  banks at Yampa Valley Bank who is actively involved in supporting the community through donations to registered charities like REPS.
  • We host an annual Fun Comp event with all revenues going to REPS.
  • Scholarships are readily available to those who seek them.
  • Discounted day passes are given to local health workers, teachers and the military

Employee Benefits and Development

  • Full-time workers are encouraged to engage in professional development or lifelong learning opportunities.
  • Regular employee satisfaction surveys help monitor and enhance engagement, with high levels of reported satisfaction.
  • A matching 401k is provided to all employees.
  • Bonuses are distributed to both full-time and part-time employees, demonstrating a commitment to rewarding performance and dedication.

Environmental Sustainability

  • Steamboat Climbing Collective prioritizes renewable energy, with nearly 99% of its energy usage sourced from renewable resources.
  • Environmentally preferred products are used, such as non-toxic janitorial products, unbleached/chlorine-free paper products, and recycled/environmentally preferred office supplies.
  • We reward both employees and families when they carpool or take alternative transportation

Overall, these initiatives demonstrate a holistic approach to corporate social responsibility, incorporating elements of community support, employee well-being, and environmental stewardship.

B Corps are mission-driven companies that balance purpose and profit

B Corp Certification is a designation that a business is meeting high standards of verified performance, accountability, and transparency on factors from employee benefits and charitable giving to supply chain practices and input materials. In order to achieve certification, a company must:

1. Demonstrate high social and environmental performance by achieving a B Impact Assessment score of 80 or above and passing our risk review. Multinational corporations must also meet baseline requirement standards.

2. Make a legal commitment by changing their corporate governance structure to be accountable to all stakeholders, not just shareholders, and achieve benefit corporation status if available in their jurisdiction.

3. Exhibit transparency by allowing information about their performance measured against B Lab’s standards to be publicly available on their B Corp profile on B Lab’s website.