SkiDUCK(Skiing and snowboarding for Disabled and Underprivileged Children and older Kids) is a volunteer-based non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of disabled and underprivileged children by sharing the joys of skiing and snowboarding! (Launched in Lake Tahoe… and growing to other ski communities to serve local disadvantaged youth!)
SkiDuck is ENTIRELY volunteer-based (NO paid salaries!) so ALL donations received go directly to support children’s ski and snowboard programs!
SKIDUCK TURNS 3 and WANTS TO HELP MORE DISADVANTAGED KIDS ONTO THE SLOPES! SkiDUCK is requesting donations to continued to offer kids a chance to ski/ride in Tahoe. A $10 donation provides a FREE day on the slopes for another kid.
If you’d like to volunteer your time, visit SkiDuck and sign up.
“The best and most beautiful things in this world cannot be seen or even heard, but must be felt with the heart.” – Helen Keller
October 7th is SkiDUCK’s “official” 3rd birthday (“official” meaning our 3 year anniversary of the IRS recognizing us as a formal 501c3 charitable non-profit organization).
In the past two years since our first season, we’ve grown nearly 900%, and have provided over 1,700 financially disadvantaged and at-risk youth with almost 3,000 FREE ski and snowboard visits!!
Yep, that’s 1,700 kids who would have never had the chance to ride on snow! That ROCKS! – But what would rock even more would be for you to help us put even MORE kids on the slopes THIS SEASON!
Making a donation (of any amount) is EASY & we can ALL use some pre-season snow karma! A $10 donation provides a FREE day on the slopes for another awesome kid! As of September 23, 2012, SkiDuck is at $160 of their $3,000 target goal. Click here to make a donation; all donations are tax deductible.
Besides the biggest expenses (insurance & transportation), this year we’re going to focus on keeping the kids safe & comfortable on even the stormy days by getting more helmets and goggles!! (So if you just can’t afford a donation… YOUR OLD GOGGLES! 🙂
Read more about SkiDUCK at skiduck.org