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Help me to Help them!! (And help me too in this process)

Support my Downhill Derelympic Vertical Challenge!

This year the Downhill Derelicts are teaming up with the Whistler Adaptive Sports Program, a non-profit group that supports sport for life by breaking down the financial, physical and social barriers for individuals with disabilities.

I’m asking you to sponsor my Downhill Derelympic Vertical Challenge campaign by pledging just 10-dollars ($10.00) per 1000-vertical feet I ski AND I will also commit to lose 1 pound of body weight during next year for each 10 dollars donated. I’m going to earn every penny we raise with sweat, grit, and a lot of personal sacrifices in order to fulfill it.

Our group has a goal this year of raising $7,500 as a group which can sponsor up to seven athletes for an entire year or purchase a mono-sit-ski to make accessible the mountains and wonder that stokes our minds and humbles our souls. I’m hopeful that with your help and generosity, we can exceed this goal and share the wonder and beauty of alpine sports with those who would otherwise never experience it.

If you are a Canadian resident and wish to receive a tax-receipt for your donation, please go to and submit your one-time donation. Be sure to identify me in the “In Honour” field by typing “Downhill Derelicts - RABBIT”.<span></span>

Why It Matters?

Competitive sports and recreation teach important social and psychological skills for both children and adults alike. Competition teaches us how to set goals, learn at faster rates, manage our nerves, to bring our best efforts, and to have grace in both victory and defeat. In a very direct sense, competitive activities teach us how to live life better.

However, for over 620,000 US children under the age of 20 suffering from ambulatory disabilities, competitive sports and recreational activities are often inaccessible or unaffordable.

Who Benefits?

For over 15 years, Whistler Adaptive has allocated resources for equipment and volunteer training to work with a range of individuals suffering from disabilities. With a full range of programs, coaches, facilities and a great home base, Whistler Adaptive is committed to developing athletes at the grassroots level all the way to the podium while encouraging participation in sport for life. Whistler Adaptive is a registered 509(a) charity.

Thank You!


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We are a grant making non-profit supporting charitable causes in Whistler, BC: health & human services, arts & culture, & the environment.

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