Adaptive Sports at Mount Snow

Who We Are:

Adaptive Sports at Mount Snow is an independently run 501(c)(3). We are an active chapter of Disabled Sports USA.  We are led by a diverse Board of Directors, directed daily by a small dedicated staff and could not exist without the generous donation of many hundreds of thousands of hours from volunteer instructors and assistants.

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Help change Lives

Any Contribution can help impact lives. please help us continue running programming year round. 

And don’t forget the power of increasing the impact of your generosity if your employer offers a charitable matching program! 

Corporate and Business Sponsors:

Do you own or are involved in a corporation or  business that would like to partner with a non-profit that make a difference in peoples quality of life? 

 

What Drives Us

Our Mission

Adaptive Sports at Mount Snow is a volunteer-driven non-profit that provides adaptive sports, recreational opportunities and educational experiences to the Mount Snow community and its visitors throughout the year. We help individuals with disabilities to develop skills and instill pride and confidence that enables them to demonstrate their strengths and capabilities.

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Check out our upcoming events this Summer! Scholarships are available for those unable to participate due to program fees for Volunteers or Participants!

Upcoming Events

10.4.2019 -10.6.2019 - Veterans Fly Fishing WEekend

Come out and enjoy Vermont Foliage and beautiful Vermont wilderness. Participants and Volunteers of all ability levels can apply. Guiding is provided by Rifles to Rods and Oleh’s Catskill Guide Service.

10.4.2019 -10.6.2019 - Special Olympics Golf

The Games will be held in Burlington! Come Cheer our Athletes On!

Lend a Helping hand

Volunteer

We have over 200 volunteers and they are the heart of the organization. They come from all walks of life. Some are students, others are educators. Some are physical therapists, occupational therapists or counselors. Others are carpenters or machine operators. Some are parents, others are retired. Some are skiers. Some are snowboarders. And others find ways to help indoors. But all put students first, and all have a blast while they volunteer. 

Many younger people with disabilities often miss out on the social benefits of group experiences. Our peer volunteer program seeks to create age appropriate relationships between youth with disabilities and their peers without disabilities.