The Olympic Nature Experience sponsorship program supports all elements of our organization from maintenance cost to teacher salaries to our shared gear library. These businesses help us keep our programs going every day! For more information on how you can become a sponsor, contact our Executive Director,

Our Sponsors

We couldn’t do what we do without the help of local foundations and organizations who share our vision to get more kids outside, more families to connect to the natural world and more caretakers for the land we love.

Our Grantors

Benjamin N. Phillips Memorial Fund
The Seattle Foundation houses the Benjamin N. Phillips Memorial Fund, which awards grants annually to a broad range of charitable organizations serving Clallam County. Olympic Nature Experience was fortunate to receive a capacity building grant in 2023 to support recent and future growth of the organization. We are looking forward to sharing more about our growth very soon!

The Phillips Fund is a legacy gift of Benjamin Phillips and was established following the death of Phillips’ second wife. 

Albert Haller FoundationThe Haller Foundation supports many organizations in our region and we are proud to be on their list again for 2023. They granted funds to Olympic Nature Experience to support our tuition assistance fund. In our constant pursuit of equity, this grant enables us to break down economic barriers to outdoor education by providing scholarships to families in need. Thanks to the Albert Haller Foundation, we are one step closer to equalizing outdoor education.   

Albert Haller understood the value of education and community. His entire life was an expression of these values; his legacy is dedicated to their continuance. By establishing his foundation, Albert Haller ensured that his vision would live on to help the places and people he cared about so much, spreading the benefits in the same spirit of giving that he manifested in life.

The Foundation is managed by a board of five volunteer directors including the Superintendents of both Sequim and Port Angeles School districts. Their charge has been to carry out the objectives of Albert Haller’s legacy, which has been done faithfully for 25 years.