2016 Top Fundraisers
1. Matt Klein - $7,180
2. Lucimar Araujo - $2,050
3. Jeffrey Whittingham - $1,745
4. Celia Leber - $1,500
5. Michael Rafferty - $1,300
6. Chip Paterson - $1,220
7. Adolfo Munguia - $1,155
8. E. David Granum - $1,050
9. Chip Winston - $1,000
10. Rachel Long - $935
About Vermont Adaptive:
Your race host, Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, is a non-profit organization which provides sports and recreational opportunities to individuals with disabilities.
Your entry fee for the Vermont 100 provides a major portion of our annual operating budget, and is greatly appreciated.
Any additional donations you wish to make to Vermont Adaptive would be greatly appreciated and are fully-tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Visit the donors page of our website at https://www.vermontadaptive.org/donate.php for more information on donating.
Vermont Adaptive is primarily made up of volunteers.
All the aid station and other volunteers of the Vermont 100 have donated their time to this race because they believe in Vermont Adaptive's mission.
Vermont Adaptive's sports programs are provided primarily by volunteers; over 400 volunteers throughout the year.
Expenses for programs, not overhead
As much as possible, the vast majority of our budget goes directly to providing our services, to meet expenses for adaptive sports equipment and salaries for our (under-) paid staff members. Even our office spaces are donated by our generous host areas — Pico Mt at Killington, Sugarbush Resort and Bolton Valley!
With only 3 administrative staff members and 3 year-round program coordinators, you can be sure that the vast majority of your donations go directly to providing our sports and recreation programs.