Sign up for any event and raise $500 or more by March 1, and you could win a 2-day Ski and Stay package at Stowe, valid for next ski season, from Ski Vermont!
Ski and Ride (for Heat) With The Point
When you join The Point on Fridays throughout the season, be sure to Ski (or Ride) for Heat at the same time. You can raise money for a good cause—helping to keep your neighbors this winter—using a half-price ticket and trying to win great prizes. Sign up today.
Sincere thanks to all those who participated in the Ski for Heat events around the state on January 25, and to the generous ski centers and areas who hosted them. Working together, we will be able to help many, many Vermonters stay warm this winter.
You can still make donations by going to our events page.
you can participate by making a charitable donation to Ski for Heat.
Ski for Heat is committed to raising funds to provide heating fuel assistance for low-income families and individuals in communities throughout Vermont, by way of outdoor winter activities open to participants of all abilities.
WIN GREAT PRIZES
2 Night Ski and Stay PackageRaise $500 or more before March 1 and be eligible to win a 2-night Ski and Stay package from the VT Ski Areas Association at Stowe Mountain Resort for next season.
Congratulations! to the winners of our January 25 drawing for a 2-night Ski and Stay package from the Vermont Ski Areas Association:
Phoebe Cohen, Wild Wings Participant; Winner of Killington 2-night Ski and Stay package
Judy Cookson, Morse Farm Participant; Winner of Okemo 2-night ski and stay package
MEETING A NEED
Thousands of Vermonters depend on fuel assistance support in emergency situations. Over 28,000 Vermont Households rely on home heating assistance to help to keep warm through the winter . . . that’s more than 1 in 10 households.
More Vermonters die from being cold in their homes than die in automobile accidents.
Do what you love to do on the trails and slopes—ski, ride, x-c, or snowshoe—and raise money for an important cause at the same time! 100% of the proceeds go directly to fuel assistance funds and remain locally.