Wild Profile: Charlie Clark
Director of Impact, MiiR
A PNW native, Charlie Clark was born in Seattle and grew up in Portland. He holds a Masters in Nonprofit Leadership from Seattle University, and helps ensure MiiR’s robust philanthropic endeavors are sustainable, equitable, and transparent.
A Product to Project™ company, MiiR partners with some of the most respected nonprofits in the world to fund projects which support clean water, a healthy environment, and strong communities across the globe. This past summer, MiiR surpassed $1 Million in grants made to their nonprofit partners.
“We’re incredibly proud of the businesses and organizations which helped make this possible,” said Clark. “Obviously a huge part of these partnerships involves aligning values and vision, but equally important is increasing awareness and visibility for all parties involved.”
Washington Wild and MiiR have enjoyed a deepened relationship this year, partnering on an Earth Day cleanup of the Burke Gilman, Brewshed® Beer Fest, and Wild Night Out. Attendees at Beer Fest in June all received a co-branded insulated tumbler and guests at Wild Night Out left with a 40-year anniversary commemorative stainless-steel pint cup.
“For a small, local environmental nonprofit to be celebrating 40 years of impact is amazing,” said Clark. “It’s that type of determination and focus that gets the MiiR team excited for the future and the role we can play in helping them protect Washington’s wild lands and waters for years to come!”
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