Here’s a little secret-you can register for the race NOW!
Avoid the madness of May 25th and commit to raise a minimum of $500, please email Race Director Mike Silverman for a link to register early to avoid the madness of registration
FREE REGISTRATION OPTION
We are asking people to raise or donate a minimum of $500 between January 2, 2023 and May 20, 2023 at 7 p.m. using the link RD Mike S. will provide to you and you will receive:
● one free race entry for the 2023 race
● lunch for 4 at our post race BBQ
● one commemorative t-shirt-made specifically for our fundraisers
Remember this fundraising option will expire on May 20, 2023 at 7 PM
STRESS FREE REGISTRATION OPTION
Commit to raise (or donate) a minimum $500 before September 6 at noon ET, you can avoid our race open registration rush on May 25th and will be entered into the race by the RD Mike S.
Your $500 must be received by Sept. 6 or you will not be able to race with us on the last Sunday of September.
You must contact the Race Director, Mike before May 25 at 7 p.m. if you’d like to choose this option.
Email Mike S for more information or to get your link to sign up.
The Vermont 50 Race proudly supports Vermont Adaptive.
Over the years we’ve raise more than $2 million dollars. We’ve set a goal of raising an additional $35,000 to honor our continued commitment to this organization.
Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports is a nationally recognized organization that empowers people of all abilities through inclusive sports and recreational programming regardless of ability to pay.
In addition to sports, year-round programming options integrate environmental, holistic wellness, and competitive training philosophies for people of all ages with cognitive, developmental, physical and emotional disabilities.
They are recognized nationally for their client-centered programs and for providing access and instruction to sports and recreational activities with the belief that these things provide a physical, mental and social experience that is immeasurable in promoting self-confidence and independence in an individual.
They offer the largest variety of program opportunities and unique, specialized equipment. Vermont Adaptive promotes independence and furthers equality through access and instruction to sports and recreational opportunities including alpine skiing, snowboarding, and other winter sports; kayaking, canoeing, stand-up paddle boarding, sailing, cycling, hiking, rock climbing, tennis, horseback riding, environmental programs, CORE Connections wellness retreats, and more.
They serve clients of all abilities with physical, cognitive and emotional/behavioral disabilities from all over the world in three locations in Vermont during the winter – Killington Resort and Pico Mountain in Killington; Sugarbush Resort in Warren; and Bolton Valley Ski Area in Bolton. Summer programs are provided state-wide. Many of their programs include environmental education, wellness, and special programs designed specifically for veterans.
With nearly 400 active volunteers, plus generous partners and sponsors, and an amazing base of clients and friends, Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports has been at the forefront of sports and recreation for those with disabilities for more than 30 years.
The Vermont Adaptive Mission
Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports is committed to empowering individuals with disabilities. They promote independence and further equality through access and instruction to sports and recreational activities.
Their Statement of Belief
They believe sports and recreation provide a physical, mental and social experience that is immeasurable in promoting self-confidence and independence in an individual. To that end, they extend an enormous thanks to their affiliates, sponsors, and partners who believe in their mission and vision, and who afford them the opportunity to bring sports and recreation to their clients’ lives.