January 25, 2015

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Ski for Heat™ benefits Vermont’s Community Action Agencies’ heating fuel assistance programs. Again in 2015, we will hold the event statewide and include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, alpine skiing, and snowboarding!
January 25, 2015

Thank you to all those who supported Ski for Heat and helped our Vermont neighbors through participating in the event, sponsoring someone who joined in that day, or making a donation to the cause.

We are already looking ahead to 2015!

Ski for Heat Receives Regional and National Awards
Money Magazine
"50 Heroes, 50 States"
read MONEY Magazine's feature
read press release
eTown E-chievement Award
read about Martha's award
listen to the broadcast
learn more about e-town
2014 Community Service Award
for Martha's support and efforts on behalf of Community Action Northern New England Community Action Association

  • Skiers and riders can participate at any alpine resort throughout the state.
  • Tally the number of vertical feet you have conquered and money you have raised to be eligible for some fantastic prizes.
  • Click here to find out which resorts are offering incentives and how to ski or ride for heat!.

alpine ski & snowboard 

  • Cross-country ski or snowshoe at a participating nordic center of your choice.
  • Click here to find out which cross-country centers are participating and how to ski or ’shoe for heat!
  • Top fundraisers will be eligible for some great prizes.

nordic ski & snowshoe  

    Ski for Heat 2014 is a collaborative effort by Ski for Heat + Vermont’s five Community Action Agencies (CAAs) + Ski Vermont to bring the Ski for Heat fundraiser, which raises money to benefit the CAAs' heating fuel assistance programs, to all of Vermont—so that eligible residents throughout the state may not only receive assistance, but can also be part of this FUNdraiser. Vermont neighbors helping neighbors. Proceeds raised stay locally.

about Ski for Heat 


Not only is Ski for Heat a fun event to be part of, but more importantly,
it provides an opportunity for me to help, to be able to make a difference.

—Marvie Campbell, SFH participant since 2001