If you want to give something back to snowsports there are several snow-related charities that you could get involved with that have connections with UK snowsports.

The Snowsports Foundation
The Snow Sports Foundation generates funds to promote and deliver individual snow sports opportunities to a range of people who otherwise would not have a chance to experience such activities, due to additional needs, disability, financial hardship or social circumstances.

Established in 2011 to make a difference through snow sports to those individuals with additional needs, such as autism and dyspraxia, as well as all forms of rehabilitation challenges.

Back Up Trust
Dedicated to inspiring independence in anyone affected by spinal cord injury, Back Up run an annual adult ski course in North America.

Disability Snowsport UK (DSUK)
DSUK aims to allow those with a disability to ski alongside the able bodied as equals at all ski facilities and resorts and runs a number of fundraising events.

Multiple Sclerosis Trust 
The MS Trust run an annual endurance snowsports challenge, Monster Ski, designed to raise funds for people living with a difficult life-long condition.

Ski 2 Freedom
A charity which enables disabled, special needs and disadvantaged children and adults to participate in snowsports and mountain activities.

Innovative youth charity which uses skiing, snowboarding and life-skills programmes to support inner-city young people.


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Starlight grants the wishes of terminally ill children through events such as the yearly Starlight Ski Challenge takes place in Saalbach-Hinterglemm.

Vitalise run alpine and cross-country skiing holidays in Europe for the visually impaired and regularly recruit for sighted guides.

Ski 4 Cancer
Ski 4 Cancer provides alpine based days out and longer holidays for British families affected by cancer. Ski 4 Cancer also makes grants to UK based cancer care institutions and funds research into the positive effects of sport/exercise.