KAHTOOLA FOR THE PEOPLE
Kahtoola for the People grants 1% of Kahtoola’s annual sales to help fund projects that preserve and enrich indigenous cultures worldwide. Since our inception in 1999, Kahtoola for the People has granted more than $200,000 to projects that have improved communities, healthcare, education, resources, and the environment. Three times a year we award grants ranging from $250 up to $10,000. To apply, please fill out and submit the grant application above. To learn more about the organizations we work with, see below. For more info about our work, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kahtoola for the People’s new film, “The Queen of Zangla,” follows Kahtoola Owner Danny Giovale on a multi-week backpacking trip along the Zanskar River, an ancient trade route in the Indian Himalaya, where he observes the threats of climate change and road development on traditional Tibetan Buddhist culture.