New England Alpine Ski Racers Need Funding
New England Masters Ski Racing Foundation’s goal is to provide financial assistance to families of young New England ski racers so they can afford tuition, receive coaching, pay for regional and national event entry costs, and obtain necessary equipment.
New England is proud to have produced many legendary and world-renowned alpine ski racers over many decades. Including Bode Miller, six-time Olympic medalist, two-time Overall World Cup champion; Tyler Palmer, Olympic athlete, first American male alpine ski racer to win a World Cup, winning three in total; Penny Pitou, the first American skier to win an Olympic medal in downhill; and Mikaela Shiffrin, Olympic slalom champion, and multiple World Cup race champion.
Our community of donors, non-profit partners, ski racing clubs, and volunteers are working together to create an organization that provides, through annual giving and endowment earnings, financial assistance to New England ski racers under eighteen years of age.
It is the Foundation’s hope to continue this legacy of producing great ski racers from New England by supporting promising young racers with opportunities they may not have otherwise. Your donation can become a part of that legacy.
The New England Masters Ski Racing Foundation is a non-profit organization approved by the Internal Revenue Service as a qualified 501(c)(3) entity. All donations to our organization are fully tax-deductible as charitable contributions.