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Your Donations Will Provide Families a Power Thru The Powder Weekend Experience THAT WILL LAST LONG AFTER THEY LEAVE THE MOUNTAIN.

Your donations will ensure participants and their families learn new skills on the slopes that will last long after they leave the mountain. Take action today by making a tax deductible donation to Power Thru The Powder and support our efforts and other nonprofit organizations in helping persons with different abilities overcome life challenges and inspire all of us in the community. Your dollars will cover lift passes, equipment rentals, meals and event swag for the families as well as reinvesting back into organizations serving persons with disabilities in the community.

Dollar Giving, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non profit determined by the IRS. Your donation will not only support the families participating in Power Thru The Powder, but also STRIDE Adaptive Sports and the many volunteers instructors and equipment required for an event such as this.  You donation is tax deductible and a W9 can be provided upon request. The Dollar Giving EIN can be found at the bottom of this page.

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2018 Memory

To watch my daughter with physical disabilities ski for the first time was such a delight to my heart. To watch her feel her body move at a speed it cannot on its own was a treasured moment for me as a mother to watch, and for her as it was an experience she had not ever felt. The opportunity was one of amazement to me. My own back could never do what these volunteers did. I was amazed at their strength, but also their joy and willingness to keep trying different options until they had a “successful” experience for her. The most fun moment for me was when three volunteers were all holding onto her and having her gain speed going down a slope. She still speaks of that moment over 6 months later! Thank you!! ~Jennifer