Now in its fifth year, Cynthia’s Challenge 24-Hour Ski-A-Thon has raised over $246,000 to benefit children and their families.
- Starting in 2014, Cynthia Verrill was the first benefactor and resulted in her name being used to name the event.
- $35,000 raised for Cynthia was used to provide a seizure detecting service dog.
- The second year, the event raised over $35,000 for Samantha Gillard who was in need of a wheel chair accessible van.
- The third year raised $61,000 for Kevin Dall to purchase a wheel chair accessible van.
- The fourth year raised over $50,000 for Faith Holt with more than 250 skiers and snowboarders to purchase a wheel chair accessible van.
thousand Dollars Raised
In the past five years, Cynthia's Challenge has assisted families with the extraordinary cost of additional medical necessities.
Years Serving communities
A ski-a-thon serving the Mount Washington and the surrounding communities with a positive impact.
children & Adults Impacted
Skiers and riders from across the United States have joined in supporting our local families.