Staff showdown update


It’s official, I clobbered Phil. Thanks for everyone’s help in supporting FSPW’s amazing programs and mission, and also showing the boss I’ve got what it takes!

Final score:
Britta  $1,042  |  Phil  $655

If you missed out, don’t worry. We still have a ways to go with our fundraising goal for the quarter to keep programs like Winter Tracks going.

Donate today!

We all know about Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but how about #GivingTuesday? It’s been gaining in popularity the last few years and has gained momentum on a worldwide scale. Like the vast majority of non-profit organizations, FSPW is reliant on financial contributions from folks that support our mission and the work we do.

We realized this year that financial asks around the end of the year start to just all blur together. There are so many organizations that do amazing work, how can we have a little fun and maybe stand out a little too?

Enter the Phil vs Britta staff fundraising showdown.

Our Executive Director and I are having a little friendly competition to see who has more fundraising success to support programs that

  • get kids learning outdoors during the winter,
  • keep the trails in the Scotchmans maintained and sustainable,
  • ensure hikers and mountain goats keep a safe distance, and
  • work to keep the Scotchmans wild for all of us and our children, and their children.

Choose which of us you’d like to throw your support behind below, and share it on social media to get your friends and family in on the fun!


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About The Author:

Britta Mireley lives in Sagle with her husband and daughter. She's using her background in marketing and tourism to save the wild Scotchmans so her daughter and someday, her daughter's children, can discover nature in its purest form. Britta also serves on the Bonner Community Housing Agency board and enjoys nerding out over historic downtowns.

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