Cynthia’s Challenge was created in an effort to ease the financial burden upon children and their families associated with specialty medical needs. King Pine Ski Area supports Cynthia’s Challenge with the support of local business and the surrounding community. Cynthia’s Challenge would not be possible without the generosity of major sponsors Atlas Fireworks, Bank of NH, Mad Cow Screen Printing, Vertical Challenge, Thrivent Financial, Yankee Smokehouse & Pepsi Co.
About Cynthia’s Challenge
Cynthia’s Challenge is a not-for-profit organization created to support children and their families faced with staggering expenses associated with the financial burden of special medical needs. Each year we host a 24 hour Ski-A-Thon to raise funds. The funds raised from this event, and from various other community events, will be used to provide financial support to our beneficiary.
For a child to be considered as a recipient for these funds, the attached nomination form must be completed. Applicants will be considered based on both need and willingness to be part of the promotional events and the Ski-A-Thon. This year’s Ski-A-Thon will be held March 15-16, 2019.
Please let us know if you have questions or concerns. Email is the best way to contact us, or you can leave a message and a board member will return your call. Please return the nomination form by October 1, 2018.
Joseph Ferreira, President
603-367-4084 or email@example.com
What We've Achieved
Now in its sixth 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.
The fifth year raised $65,000 for Jacques Villeneuve with more than 300 skiers and snowboarders participating to purchase a handicap van.