About Challenger Point Apparel
Challenger Point Apparel is named after Challenger Point, a Colorado “14er” dedicated to the memory of the crew aboard Shuttle Challenger that exploded in 1986. The mountain is located next to Columbia Point, a 13,986’ mountain dedicated to the memory of the crew aboard Shuttle Columbia that exploded in 2003. In an effort to address traumatic events, promote perseverance and enhance the resilience of others, Challenger Point Apparel assisted in the formation of Columbia Point Scholarship, a non-profit corporation which provides funding for trauma treatment and resilience education for those in need. Challenger Point Apparel proudly donates a portion of all sales to the scholarship. Every purchase truly makes a difference in the lives of others. Please visit www.columbiapoint.org for scholarship information. Please visit www.challenger-point.com for behavioral health information.