Friends + family!
SIX03 is competing in the VT100 (again!), and we're calling on your support to help us fundraise money for Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sport.
WHO'S RACING FOR SIX03
Jason Proulx, Charlie Baughman, Alex Shaffer, Tom Hooper, Maureen Gillespie, John Sheedy, Andrew Drummond, Scott Mitchell, Jessica Goldman, Nick Diana, Charlie Zerbinopoulos, and Suzanne Marchesano.
SHOW 'EM SOME LOVE!
Our goal: Raise a team-combined $5,000.
The VT100 is one of the biggest fundraisers for Vermont Adaptive each year. VT Adaptive is an organization that empowers people of all abilities through inclusive sports + recreational programming regardless of their ability to pay.
Will directly support opportunities that integrate environmental, holistic wellness, and competitive training philosophies for people of all ages with cognitive, developmental, physical, and emotional disabilities. People who may otherwise never get opportunity.
Follow the on-page links to donate to SIX03's overall team or to any individual SIX03 fundraiser's page. Every donation of any amount helps.
Your 2018 SIX03 Endurance team
SIX03'S website, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.
Vermont 100 Endurance Race - VT 100 Fundraising
The Vermont 100 Endurance Race is celebrating its 30th year and was started by the same woman, Laura Farrell, who founded Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports. The VT 100 is put on every year by a committee of 15 dedicated volunteers who work year round, 250 volunteers who come out for race weekend, more than 30 private land owners and many donors of funds, products or services. Monies raised from the event support the year-round programs offered by Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports.
The course is a "shamrock" loop, consisting of 70% dirt or jeep roads with the rest on woods trails with just a couple miles of pavement. The course both climbs and descends 17,000 feet. Participants have 30 hours to complete the race and many strive to finish in less than 24 hours. In 2008 we added a 100 K course that uses almost all of the same trail, just cutting out the first of the shamrocks leaves.
All 100 Mile participants must have completed a 50 mile race in 12 hours or less to qualify and everyone is required to volunteer for 8 hours at a running event or trail work to enter.
Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports
Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports is the largest year-round disabled sports non-profit organization in Vermont offering the most diverse 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, sailing, cycling, hiking, rock climbing, tennis, horseback riding, wellness and environmental programming and more. We 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 in Bolton. Summer programs are provided state-wide.
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 in New England.
Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports is committed to empowering individuals with disabilities. We promote independence and further equality through access and instruction to sports and recreational activities.
We 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, we extend an enormous thanks to our affiliates, sponsors and partners who believe in our mission and vision, and who afford us the opportunity to bring sports and recreation to our clients' lives.