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The Blk Out Collective is a safe haven for climbers of the African diaspora to share resources, build connections and excel in the outdoors.

Pro Blk & Give Blk Members have access to a custom private page featuring:

  • Video content from the Blk Out Fest

  • Downloadable photos from the Blk Out Fest

  • Early and Priority Access to Blk Out events

  • Access to private WhatsApp & Discord groups

NOTE: You will need to create a member account or log in to an existing account to access member benefits. 

Choose your plan

  • All Blk

    Basic access to community channels & resources.
    Free Plan
    • Access to limited Blk Out Collective Discord Channels
    • Access to monthly curated info guide to your email or phone
    • Access to special discounts & events
  • Pro Blk

    NOTE: This plan is FREE for those who have attended a Blk Out Fest. *contact us for free code
    • Full access to Discord Server
    • Priority registration access to all Blk Out Events
    • 15% off discount to all Blk Out Events
    • 15% off Blk Out Shop
    • Exclusive access to grant opportunities
    • Full access to all media content and livestream replays
    • Full access to partner discounts
  • Give Blk

    Every year
    Plan for those interested in supporting our mission on an annual basis. Allies welcome!
    • All perks listed in the Pro Blk level
    • Access to climbing mentorship Discord feed
    • 20% off Blk Out Events
    • 20% off Blk Out Shop
    • Name in credits of films produced by Blk Out Creatives

the blk out community

Our membership program is meant to be accessible which is why there is and always will be a free option. Our mid-level one-time paid option is primarily for those who have attended the Blk Out Fest (aka free-99 with a custom code) but if you have the ability to make the one-time payment, please do. Our Give Blk annual membership helps us continue to do the work we do over the long term. We are a small team and a small Black-owned business dedicated to supporting the growth of climbers of the African diaspora.  

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