- Participant Reception
- Registration & Information
- Family Supporter
- Food & Beverages
- Participant Activities
- Media Liaison
- Photography & Videography
2018 Volunteer Memory
It was a great joy to volunteer and be able to provide this opportunity to some of the kids I work with and to see their smiles at being able to experience something new. Seeing the families of those kids enjoy their children’s happiness and being so proud of how wonderful they did were the most memorable moments. This event is so important raising awareness and providing opportunities in a way that is sensitive and accommodating to their disabilities is a critical part of being inclusive. It was such a special weekend to volunteer. – Alana
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Hosted by Ski Sundown in New Hartford, Connecticut in partnership with STRIDE and Dollar Giving, the Power Thru the Powder Weekend on February 2nd and February 3rd is one of the largest adaptive skiing and snowboarding events for people with different abilities and disabilities in the Northeast.
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Absolutely yes. Knowing how to ski or anything about skiing is not a requirement to volunteering. We will need many volunteers over the course of the weekend. Please see our FAQ on: