About

About

BETA Fund exists to protect outdoor resources in the Midwest for the purposes of recreational rock climbing and hiking. We are committed to fostering an appreciation for the outdoors in current and future generations through environmental advocacy, educational outreach, and community service.

BETA Fund exists to protect outdoor resources in the Midwest for the purposes of recreational rock climbing and hiking. We are committed to fostering an appreciation for the outdoors in current and future generations through environmental advocacy, educational outreach, and community service.

Elephant Rocks

Elephant Rocks

September 25, 2018

Holy Boulders

Holy Boulders

September 24, 2018

Horseshoe Canyon Ranch

Horseshoe Canyon Ranch

September 23, 2018

Jackson Falls

Jackson Falls

September 22, 2018

We work in partnership with local and national climbing organizations, private landowners, public land managers, and governmental agencies to help conserve and preserve access to our region’s climbing areas.

We work in partnership with local and national climbing organizations, private landowners, public land managers, and governmental agencies to help conserve and preserve access to our region’s climbing areas.

501(c)3

BETA Fund is registered as a Missouri not-for-profit corporation and has obtained federal 501(c)3 public charity status. Donations to BETA Fund are tax deductible. BETA Fund’s federal tax identification number is 46-4348478.

Conflict of Interest Policy

Board Members are held to the highest ethical standards to ensure that decisions are not influenced by self-interest. This policy is intended to identify and provide guidance on how to deal with situations that may involve conflicts of interest.