On Friday, March 9th, The Clymb took to the slopes of Mt. Hood’s Ski Bowl, shredding for a good cause: Hope on the Slopes, a ski and snowboard event to raise money for The American Cancer Society.
We exceeded our team fundraising goal by raising more than $2,000 in donations and covered around 150,000 vertical feet on the slopes — both top 10 finishes. Thank you to everyone who donated, participated, and stopped by our booth to show their support.
Check out more photos from the event:
If you came out, we’d love to see your pics from the event. Feel free to share them with us on Facebook. If not, we hope to see you out there next year!
We never pass up an opportunity to substitute work for POW (okay, maybe we do, but not this weekend)! The Clymb will be shredding for a good cause this Friday, March 9th, and will spend an entire 24 hours on the slopes of Mt. Hood’s Ski Bowl. We’re competing for the most vertical feet and we are one of many teams participating to support Hope on the Slopes; a ski and snowboard event to raise money for The American Cancer Society.
The action starts at 1pm on Friday, and someone from The Clymb will be out there tearing it up until 1pm Saturday. They’ll be live music, food, games, and other friendly competitions. The Clymb will have a booth set up, so swing by for some swag… words of encouragement are also welcome to keep our team going through the cold, dark night. If you’d like to show your support another way, you can donate at our team’s donation page here. We’re currently in 8th place and striving to do our part in helping Oregon’s Hope on the Slopes reach their $65,000 goal.
Next week we’ll share photos and a recap of the event. If you’re participating in your local chapter’s HOPE event, head over to our Facebook page and share a few photos of your own. Hope to see you there!