The European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA) usually organizes a Conservation Fundraiser at the OutDoor by ISPO trade show in Munich, where more than €30,000 are collected within 4 days, thanks to generous donations of gear from EOCA members, which are then sold to trade show visitors. After OutDoor by ISPO 2020 was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, EOCA launched its very first online fundraiser campaign, where users could buy their favorite outdoor equipment in various partner stores and make a difference by collecting money for important nature conservation projects. Several outdoor companies, including, La Sportiva, Pajak, Stanley and Vaude, agreed to donate a percentage of the sales from their own online stores on various dates over the fundraising period, and Gregory donated from a sample sale. The campaign partner and non-profit Outdoor Gear for Good (OGFG) contributed 100 percent of the sales from its eBay store during the month to the fundraiser. OGFG sold products there that were donated by Berghaus, Cumulus, Keen, Lowe Alpine, Nikwax, Osprey, Proagencies, Ternua and Trangoworld. The sum of the collected donations amounts to, according to a first count, over €16,400, of which 100 per cent will be spent on nature conservation projects.