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For the 2020/21 season Sego Ski Co. is striving to make sure that everyone in the ski community has the opportunity to experience the joys of skiing no matter their financial situation, or the physical challenges they live with. Last season we committed our time and $6800 to these causes, we plan to exceed that this year. The non-profits we've chosen to support reflect our belief in the power of starting local and working with people we trust. This season we've added Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club to our list and are looking forward to supporting their scholarship fund.

The High Fives Foundation is a national 501.C.3 non-profit organization based in Truckee, California. They serve athletes living with a life-altering injury such as a spinal cord injury or traumatic brain injury. High Fives provides grants and rehab services to allow athletes to return to the sports they love.

The Coombs Foundation is a 501.C.3 non-profit organization that helps children from low income families participate in the sports of skiing, rock-climbing, and soccer. Their primary methods are by offering free programs and gear in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. 

Teton Valley Ski Education Foundation is our local non-profit ski and snowboard team. They employ a great staff of coaches to teach the youth of Teton Valley Idaho to ski and snowboard. Their mission is to "provide an affordable winter sports program for young athletes to meet their individual potential for excellence through education and opportunity for competition." Our goal is to provide TVSEF with the funds for two scholarships for local skiers. 

JHSC
JHSC is Jackson, WY's oldest nonprofit organization, established 1938. Their mission is to inspire and develop student-athletes through innovative and accessible ski and snowboard programs that provide opportunities to pursue personal excellence in snowsports and life. We are working both directly with the freeride program at JHSC and with the broader program to help make their programming accessible to all members of the Jackson community.