CFOV OVerDrive Campaign 2017

 

Giving Period: May 1 - September 30

Ogden Valley Adaptive Sports is pleased to announce our participation in the Community Foundation of Ogden Valley OVerDrive Campaign 2017. This campaign provides the opportunity to receive matching funds during a set giving period from May 1 through September 30. It’s a powerful way to raise money for our organization, and in turn, provide more services to our adaptive skiers and riders.

Find out more and donate at www.cfogdenvalley.org

 

Summer Scramble Golf Tournament

The CFOV Summer Scramble Golf Tournament and Community Event at Wolf Creek Resort & Club is set for August 12. OVAS is participating and will be represented at one hole on the course. There’s also the Chopper Ball Drop, Team Putting Contest (for all ages), and the community event with booths, food, music, and fun. The Scramble is a lot of fun and gives us a chance to raise awareness of our program and tell stories from the season. We hope you will join us!

August 12, 2017 Wolf Creek Resort & Club

August 12, 2017

Wolf Creek Resort & Club

 
 

Participate in the Summer Scramble Golf Tournament

Enter a 4-person team for $500. Contact Brian Nielsen, 805-452-2442, by July 18
Chopper golf ball drop: Purchase golf balls to be dropped by helicopter
All ages team putting contest: Fun Prizes, enter at event
Community event 2 - 7 p.m. Booths, music, food, and fun! 

 
 

Donations Made Easy

 

Financial support for the program help us to fund equipment and our scholarship program.  Our partners and donors have been very generous with equipment, dollars, and services. Individual donors are a huge and vital part of our financial success.

 

 
 

 

Here's a few letters from our clients:

 
We had a great time everybody at the adaptive ski center made a world of difference between having a good vacation and having a great one! Thank you. Kudos to James, the greatest instructor in the world, and Karen!
— Richard
Jena was able to go skiing with her YW group last week. She did awesome and had fun. Her leader said that she handled the icy conditions fine and they loved sking with her. It was Jena’s first time to ski without an instructor, first time at a new resort, and the first time at night. All the credit goes to Jena and to Terrie and the other instructors at Snowbasin Adaptive Ski Program. This is one of our goals—to allow her to participate with her peers and she did it! Thanks to all of you for your work with Jena and the other skiiers in the program.
— Judy
We are extremely grateful for the Board’s generosity in awarding this scholarship to Dane. We see amazing progress in coordination, confidence, communication and behavior in Dane every year that he participates in your program. It is an awesome program!!
— Christine
Thank you for looking out for Foxfire and for taking such good care of him! I really appreciate all that you guys do so that people like me can continue to pursue our (crazy) passions despite vision loss.
Thank you!
— Barbara
I’m an adrenaline junkie in my head still, but my body just won’t let me do it. This program brought back something I thought I would never be able to do again.

Just being on the mountain again and having the instructors bring me down brings so much happiness to me.
— Czeszel