Foundation
 

New England Snow Ball

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Cocktail Attire 

6 pm - Cocktail Reception and Silent Auction 
6 pm - 7pm - Exclusive Athlete Reception for our VIP guests 
7:30 pm - Dinner, Program and Entertainment by French Lick "Boston's Premier Classic Rock Band" 
 

Attending Athletes:

Ted Ligety, Alpine

Alex Deibold, Snowboard

Faye Gulini, Snowboard

Hagen Kearney, Snowboard

Zach Surdell, Freestyle

Sophie Caldwell, Cross Country

Ida Sargent, Cross Country

Annalisa Drew, Freeski

Tommy Ford, Alpine

Erik Arvidsson, Alpine


To register and purchase tickets to the New England Snow Ball click here. For additional information, please contact Jacquelyn Luedtke at jluedtke@ussa.org or 435.714.0956 

 

Giving Levels

Gold Medal –  $25,000
Tax deductible amount: $22,600*
-15 tickets to the Snow Ball
-Athlete of your choice for an exclusive breakfast on the morning of the Snow Ball
(Athletes as avaiable, to be announced)
-Attendance to the VIP cocktail meet & greet
-Recognition during event and on the event website 
-Four tickets to Coaches Track 

Silver Medal  $15,000
Tax deductible $13,200*
-12 tickets to the Snow Ball 
-Attendance to the VIP cocktail meet & greet 
-Recognition during event and on the event website 
-Two tickets to Coaches Track 

Bronze Medal –  $7,500
Tax deductible $4,250*
-Eight tickets to the Snow Ball 
-Attendance to the VIP cocktail meet & greet 
-Recognition during event and on the event website 
-One ticket to Coaches Track 

Individual New England Snow Ball  $500
Tax deductible amount: $350*
-One event ticket
-Opportunity to purchase VIP for additional $150
*Limit four per individual purchaser

Coach   $525
Tax deductible amount: $350*
-One event ticket
-Opportunity to purchase VIP for additional $150
-Coaches Track Clinic
*Limit four per individual purchaser  

Club and Coach Development Track  - $25
Club and Coach Developement  
Officially counts towards U.S. Ski & Snowboard education creds 
Thursday, October 12th 
Marriott Courtyard Downtown 
1 - 4 pm 
*Details subject to change 
*Does not include Snow Ball event  

*Non-tax deductible, value of goods and services = $150 per event ticket 
 

 

Community Engagement

Club & Coach Development Track

October 12, 2017

This year’s Coach and Club Track will be at Courtyard by Marriott Boston Downtown

275 Tremont St

Boston, MA 02116

(617) 426-1400

Tentative Schedule - 1-4pm

12:45 – 1:00 Registration, Anna Hosmer, Sport Education Coordinator if you would like continuing education credit 

1:00 – 2:00 Pathways to Excellence: Taking Your Club to the Next Level - Ellen Adams, U.S. Ski & Snowboard Club Development Manager

2:00 – 2:15 BREAK

2:15 –  3:15 What is Quality Coaching? focus on USOC Quality Coaching Framework - Jon Casson, U.S. Ski & Snowboard Sport Education Director

3:15 – 4:00 Athlete Panel Including:

Hagen Kearney – SBX

Zach Surdell – Freestyle

Ted Ligety – Alpine

Faye Gulini – SBX

Alex Deibold – SBX

Sophie Caldwell – XC

Ida Sargent – XC

Annalisa Drew – Freeski

Erik Arvidsson – Alpine

Price, $25.00 Pre-Register HERE

 

Event Supporters

Thank you to our generous 2017 event supporters!

Gold Supporters
Adage Capital | Liz and Phill Gross | Michael Krupka and Anne Kubik  |
The Macomber Family Foundation | Putnam |
Laura and Bob Reynolds
 

Silver Supporters
IHS Markit | Killington Mountain School |
Bryan Van Dorpe | Youth Enrichment Services |  

 
Bronze Supporters
 Jeff Crowley| Paul Fremont-Smith |
National Winter Activity Center | 
J.P. Morgan 

 

Event Committee

Event Co-Chairs:  Phill & Liz Gross* | Bob & Laura Reynolds* 


Event Committee:  Brett Batchelder | Carolyn Beckedorff | Amanda Black | Jeff Crowley | Jamie Fagan |
Paul Fremont-Smith | Jon Gonthier | David Ingemie | Chip LaCasse | Dr. Karin Leschly | Jory Macomber |
Mark McKenna | Andy & Linda McLane* | Laird Pendleton | Eric Reddy | Armins Rusis* |
Tiger Shaw | Edie Thys Morgan* | Ian Sanderson | Hans Vizthum | Trisha Worthington

*Trustee, U.S. Ski & Snowboard Foundation

 

Photos

Click here to see more photo's from the 2016 New England Snow Ball. 

 

 

 

Impact

U.S Ski & Snowboard has a proud tradition of being supported by funding from generous Americans like YOU!

The U.S. Ski & Snowboard Foundation is a non-profit, 501(c)3 and proceeds from the New England Snow Ball will support athletes in all disciplines of the U.S. Ski Team, U.S. Snowboarding and U.S. Freeskiing, the only teams on the international circuit that receive no federal funding. More specifically, 100% of the monies raised will help fund year-round athlete training, competition, development and educational needs in the crucial years leading up to the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. 

U.S. Ski & Snowboard provides leadership and direction for tens of thousands of young skiers and snowboarders who share an Olympic dream while maintaining a strong adherence to the core values of team, loyalty, integrity, respect, perseverance and accountability. No athlete becomes an Olympian on their own! It requires a network of dedicated coaches, teammates and supporters. 

Developed to prepare U.S. athletes for national and international competition, U.S. Ski & Snowboard provides structure for competitive skiing and snowboarding. Over the course of an athlete's career, U.S. Ski & Snowboard can provide up to $2 million of support through travel, coaching staff, sports science and medicine, education and rehabilitation. This extraordinary tradition is shared with few countries in the world. We have created programs to match donations of all sizes. Just like every second, every step, and every shot counts in the Olympics, So does every contribution to our team. Thank you!
 
 


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