CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Charley Phelan training seminar
New Volunteer Orientation
On Hill Training
2019 season lessons begin
Mary Free Bed Adaptive Clinic
2019 season - lessons end
How do I become a student?
Fill out the
. Once completed, we will review your application and match you with a volunteer that has specifically been trained in your disability.
Who can participate?
CCSA works with individuals who have a wide range of physical, mental and developmental disabilities. Listed below are examples of some of the disabilities we serve:
Paraplegia and Quadriplegia
Spinal Cord Injury
Traumatic Brain Injury
Do I need my own equipment?
No, we will provide the equipment necessary.
How do I become a volunteer?
Do I need any specific qualifications?
No, but if you have any particular areas of interest or skills, we can certainly use them. All that we ask is that you come with an open mind and a willing attitude.
Is there any required training involved?
Yes, before being assigned a student you are required to participate in our on-hill training classes. Additionally, volunteers are matched with a student and will receive training specific to that student's disability.
Are there any non-skiing volunteer positions available?
Yes, we also need volunteers to assist with weekly registration, equipment management and student assistance.
Why should I give to the CCSA?
Without you, CCSA would not be able to provide this exciting and valuable experience to individuals with disabilities.
Is a donation to CCSA tax deductible?
Yes, to the extent allowed by the law.
In what form can donations be made?
There are many ways that donations can be made. Listed below are a few of the methods:
Other Assets: stock, closely-held stock, real estate (including land), property, art, or any combination of these.
What will my donation be used towards?
Your donation will be used in many ways, including skier sponsorship, adaptive equipment and general funds.
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