EVENT: 24 Hours of Stratton 2017
Harrison Dunne wrote -
January 7th - 9:00AM Ready, Set Go!
The 24 Hours of Stratton is a unique opportunity to ski or snowboard at the Stratton Mountain Resort for 24 Hours, to end hunger and break the cycle of rural poverty for children living in Vermont.
Vermont is a great place to visit and enjoy all the beauty of the mountains and changing seasons, but long winters, high cost of living, and seasonal employment makes it a challenging place to raise a family. Schools report up to 80% of their children who live at or below poverty, with limited resources. At least 1 out of every 3 families depends on food pantries to feed their children, and the rural geography limits access to health and dental care. Unfortunately, the cycle of poverty can persist generation after generation in families where education is not considered a priority, and funds raised support programs designed to help these children realize their potential for success.
Since 2013, over 1,400 athletes have raised $800,000 for the Stratton Foundation to make a powerful impact and this year is set to be the biggest and best year yet!
Together we can CHANGE LIVES! Click THE CHARITY & STRATTON tab to read more.