Summit Foundation would not function without the valuable support of its partners! A huge thank you to the organizations and companies that help us.

FINANCING OF MISSION AND SPECIFIC PROJECTS

The North Face is supporting the Clean-Up Tour 2021 in Italy, our annual waste collecting tour in the mountains.

The Federal Office for the Environment FOEN supports the Clean-Up Tour 2021 to 2023, our annual waste collecting tour in the mountains across Switzerland.


The Loterie Romande supports the awareness campaign in the ski resorts for the 2018/2019 to 2021/2022 seasons.

Nidecker Snowboards is donating 1% of its revenue to the Summit Foundation through the One per Cent for the Planet program.


The General Directorate for the Environment of the Canton of Vaud supports the awareness campaign in ski resorts for the 2018/2019 to 2021/2022 seasons.

The Valery Foundation supports the Clean-Up Tour 2021, our waste collecting tour in the mountains across Switzerland.


TRANSA supports Summit Foundation by donating part of the funds generated by the cash bag at the cashier. From October 14th 2019, each bag costs 30 cents, an amount doubled by TRANSA, with the aim of raising customers’ awareness of the environmental impact of plastic bags.

Payot Libraire supports Summit Foundation by donating the funds generated by the cash bag at the bookstores in the Canton of Fribourg and Valais. Since January 2020, each bag costs 20 cents, with the aim of raising customers’ awareness of the environmental impact of littering.


#lavie, the young textile collection, donates 1% of its turnover to Summit Foundation via the program “One per Cent for the Planet”.

The start-up donates an «eco-franc» to Summit Foundation for every glass sold.


The Solstice Foundation supports the Clean-Up Tour 2021, our annual waste collecting tour in the mountains across Switzerland.

The young brand supports Summit Foundation with a donation of CHF 2.- for each bracelet.


The design studio KANULART supports Summit Foundation through a 50% discount on graphic work done for the foundation. The studio is, among other things, behind the redesign of the visual identity of our NGO.

Nine June supports Summit Foundation projects by giving donations made by its clients on a monthly basis through its online sales site.


The European Outdoor Conservation Association is supporting the Clean-Up Tour 2021 in Italy, our annual waste collecting tour in the mountains.

The Sauvain-Petitpierre Foundation supports Clean Mont Blanc, a scientific research project on the atmospheric transport of microplastics.


The company, which leases luxury real estate in mountain areas, donates 1% of its turnover to Summit Foundation via “1% for the Planet”.

The «Transports Publics du Chablais» support the Clean-Up Tour 2021 to 2023, our annual waste collecting tour in the mountains across Switzerland. Among other things, they offer free transportation to volunteers coming at the events in the Chablais.


Birtel, the craft brewery based in Basel, supports Summit Foundation within the program “One per Cent for the Planet”, donating 1% of its turnover to the foundation.

Nature & Découverts supports Summit Foundation by donating the funds generated by the selling of cash bag at the shops in the Canton of Fribourg and Valais. Since January 2020, each bag costs 20 cents, with the aim of raising customers’ awareness of the environmental impact of littering.


Vaud Promotion» supports the awareness-raising campaign about littering in ski resorts for the 2018/2019 to 2021/2022 seasons.

The Ernest Dubois Foundation supports the awareness campaign in the ski resorts for the 2018/2019 to 2021/2022 seasons.


The Montreux Casino Barrière Foundation supports the awareness campaign in ski resorts for the 2018/2019 to 2021/2022 seasons.

Mobilité gaz supports the Clean-Up Tour 2021, our annual waste collecting tour in the mountains across Switzerland. Their support allows the foundation to drive on biogas.


The Coffee Shack, a vintage tricycle bike equiped with a pro barista coffee machine, donates 1% of its turnover to Summit Foundation.

Alpine Vibes is donating 1% of its revenue to the Summit Foundation through the One per Cent for the Planet program.


The start-up of the canton of Vaud donates an «eco-franc» to Summit Foundation for every packet sold.

THITTI supports Summit Foundation with a donation of CHF 5.- per t-shirt sold for the cleaning of 250m2 in the mountains. Born in Lavaux, the brand produces t-shirts in France from recycled materials (50% recycled cotton, 50% recycled polyester) and with an important social dimension.


“Là-Haut cosm’étiques naturelle” founded in Saxon in 2019 donates CHF 2.- for each soap “Haute Altitude” sold.

The ski school and the sports shop “Neige Aventure” in Nendaz support Summit Foundation with a donation for every student who passes a ski level and with every rental of sports equipment from 5 days.


Collaud Criblet prints the sensitization boards and cuts them to size. The company supports the awareness campaign in the ski resorts for the 2018/2019 to 2021/2022 seasons.


In-kind supports

The 20 Minuten daily newspaper regularly provides Summit Foundation with unsold advertising space in its various editions.

The ecological clothing brand Picture Organic Clothing supports the foundation by donating technical clothing for various local events and activities in summer and winter.


The “Mountain” department of APG/SGA supports the poster campaign in the ski resorts by providing its advertising space.

Gabriel Buser created the video clip for the environmental education project “Mission Dahu”.


Klik&Pay

Thanks to Klik & Pay, the Swiss platform for secure payments, the Summmit Foundation can benefit from donations and payments via local and international payment methods.

The hosting provider Infomaniak Network SA supports Summit Foundation with the free hosting of its website.


The Ski Club supports local activities, in particular by installing awareness boards in ski resorts.