• Oakley Volunteers Join Forces to Support Families Affected by Autism

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    Posted almost 2 years ago by Jennifer Walker

    Oakley employees came out in force once again to volunteer for the 5th Annual Talk About Curing Autism (TACA) Family Picnic in Anaheim, California.

  • Shaun White and Rory McIlroy Team Up in Support of St. Jude

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    Posted almost 2 years ago by Elishia Matta

    Oakley athletes, Shaun White and Rory McIlroy teamed up to film a 50th Anniversary public service announcement for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

  • Infinite Hero Funds Innovative Counseling Program for Military Children

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    Posted about 2 years ago by Juliana Williams

    Proceeds from the Oakley Infinite Hero product collection and Infinite Hero fundraising events have positioned the foundation to make its first grant last week.

  • The Right To Give: Oakley Cyclist Clara Hughes Supports The ‘Right To Play’ Charity In a Huge Way

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    Posted about 2 years ago by John Ohail

    Some North Americans will never truly understand the devastation and hardships that take place in African nations such as Rwanda. Hollywood tries to depict the sad reality of the issues sweeping the African continent, but rarely is the full effect of troubling problems ever shown. Canadian Clara Hughes has taken notice and pledged to do something about it. The Oakley Olympic cyclist, speed skater and now humanitarian has teamed up with Oakley Canada in pledging to donate the entirety of her retainer payment as well as any Olympic victory bonuses received in 2012 to the Right To Play charity, aimed at aiding the Rwandan people.

  • OneSight: Atlanta

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    Posted about 2 years ago by Jennifer Walker

    Oakley Customer Service Manager, Heather Bissell traveled to Atlanta, GA, January 8-14 to kick-off the 2012 OneSight Clinics. Heather met up with a team of 40 trained volunteers and doctors from across North America who all came together to provide much needed vision care and eyewear to Atlanta-area students.