Thank you Five For Fives Partners for a total of $5,436 in 2016 Quarter 1 contributions!

To continue leveraging the success of our marketing, branding and marquee fundraising events, the High Fives Foundation has developed a system of collaborative partnership opportunities for like-minded businesses that believe in our mission. Collaborative partnership = Five for Fives

High Five to the Rocker @ Squaw for their 2016 Q1 Contribution of $869!


From Olympians to casual skiers and riders, the Rocker is where our community embraces the Tahoe lifestyle. Comforting California BBQ, salads featuring farm fresh produce, and local microbrew beers are served up with spectacular mountain views, slope side in the Village at Squaw. With innovative menu changes throughout the year, you will likely find something new every visit. Rocker has committed to donating $1.00 from every glass OR $4.00 from each bottle sold of the Alto Cinco Garnacha wine to the High Fives Foundation. High Five!

High Five to CA89 for their 2016 Q1 Contribution of $25!


Named after the scenic California highway that winds it’s way down the gorgeous west shore of Lake Tahoe, CA89 is a Truckee-based apparel and lifestyle company selling t-shirts, sweatshirts, fleece, leggings, hats, and accessories. They donate $5.00 for every sale of co-branded California 89 and High Fives Foundation T-shirts. High Five!

High Five to bigrtruck brand for their 2016 Q1 Contribution of $85!


Born in the California Mountains on the shores of Tahoe, the bigtruck brand was forged in a community that prioritizes active fun. Their mission is to promote the stoke through creative and function focused lifestyle products. Specializing in hand-cut, hand sewn headwear out of Northern Ca, bigtruck provides variety. They allow customers to choose and celebrate their own style. BigTruck Brand has pledged to donate $0.05 from the sale of every co-branded hat online to the High Fives Foundation. High Five!

High Five to Jimmy Beans Wool for their 2016 Q1 Contribution of $1,353.45!


Jimmy Beans Wool started in Truckee, CA after Laura and Doug Zander needed an escape from the crazy pace of Silicon Valley. Flash forward 13 years and Jimmy Beans Wool is now in Reno – and is Nevada’s biggest little yarn store that continues to grow exponentially… both as a retail shop and as an online shop. Doug and Laura (both passionate skiers) work tirelessly to grow and support their business, which has been on the list of the top 5000 fastest growing private companies for five years running. Always striving to meet and exceed customers’ needs while supporting and creating strong collaborations in the yarn industry, Jimmy Beans Wool is an innovative company with limitless potential. Jimmy Beans Wool has committed to donating $.05 of every sale Jimmy Beans Wool makes to the High Fives Foundation. High Five!

High Five to Tahoe Trail Bar for their 2016 Q1 Contribution of $93!

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The Tahoe Trail Bar has been fueling the journey for people who enjoy the outdoors in the Lake Tahoe Basin for 8 years. Because of its great taste, healthy all-natural ingredients and consistent quality, Tahoe Trail Bars are now distributed not only around the Lake Tahoe Basin but also throughout the United States. They donate $0.05 for every bar sold during promotional events. High Five!

High Five to Lone Mountain Printing for their 2016 Q1 Contribution of $1,648.95!


Lone Mountain Printing has become a leader in screen-printing in Montana. They take pride in superior service and the highest quality in our entire product line. All of their screen-printing is done by hand with quality and care. They have up to eight colors of capability and can take any design and bring it to life on apparel. They focus on the fashion side of the apparel world. Soft hand prints, discharge printing, foil, clears inks, and other specialty printing. Only printing on the very best of apparel, only ringspun cotton and cotton/polyester blends. At Lone Mountain Printing they create apparel worth wearing. Lone Mountain Printing donates 5% from all orders over $500.00 and 10% of all orders for the lifetime of clients referred by the High Fives Foundation. High Five!

High Five to Phunkshun Wear for their 2016 Q1 Contribution of $640!

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A US Manufacturer that focuses on face-gear, Phunkshun Wear combines technical applications, top quality fabrics milled in the USA, and a seemingly endless amount of graphic options in their production. Their focus is on making a product that not only performs exceptionally well in winter weather, but also looks great and lasts. Phunkshun Wear has pledged to donate $0.05 every mask sold during the 2015 year to the High Fives Foundation. High Five!

High Five to Auburn Alehouse for their 2016 Q1 Contribution of $397.54!


Born in the historic American Block Building in Old Town Auburn, California, the Auburn Alehouse has an ambiance that combines the charm and character of this historic brick building with the bold industrial elements of a gleaming 10-barrel microbrewery. Owner/Brewmaster, Brian Ford creates one spectacular beer after another. Each beer is brewed with the freshest ingredients to ensure the best flavor profiles and purest colors. AAH believes in giving back. “Gimme Five” is an American Brown Ale that is brewed in support of the High Fives Foundation. You can help support injured athletes by enjoying a pint, as the Auburn Alehouse has committed to donating a percentage of all keg sales directly back to support the foundation’s mission. High Five!

High Five to SYNC for their 2016 Q1 Contribution of $75!


At SYNC we help athletes push limits, challenge the status quo and strive for that which is beyond the horizon.SYNC is a group of passionate athletes dedicated to making the best products for your best performance. We work closely with elite athletes who bring their steadfast dedication, meticulous preparation and attention to every detail to the product design process. SYNC has pledged to donate $25 from the sale of every Athlete Pack to the High Fives Foundation. High Five!

High Five to The Mill Juice Shop for their 2016 Q1 Contribution of $249!


The Mill Juice Shop was just a drop of an idea back in 2013 as Megan Petrilla and Ben Wolcott were making their way west, after meeting in New York City in 2009. With the support and help of the Petrilla family, the Mill Juice Shop has gone from a drop of an idea to an actual drop of juice, opening its first shop in Truckee, CA in spring 2014 & it’s 2nd shop in Reno, NV! Besides offering the healthiest, all organic, cold pressed juices available, they also serve Superfood Shakes, Raw & Vegan Foods, Acai Bowls and Organic Herbal Teas. High Five!

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