Volunteering: It’s About Making Great Things Happen Together

Join us this winter for an extraordinary, life-enriching experience as a Challenge Mountain volunteer. You don’t need to be a skier to volunteer!  There are many opportunities inside the Lodge for helping hands or outside leading a snowshoe walk or catching smiles on the sledding hill. 

Long-time volunteer, Bill Aten, explains why he comes back year after year, “I got hooked after just one day of volunteering and seeing what kids and adults with special needs can accomplish through skiing. They see there’s more in life.  My own life is greatly enriched as a volunteer at Challenge Mountain.”

If you want to have fun while making a difference in the lives of children and adults living with disabilities, come to the Challenge Mountain Lodge on N Springbrook Rd Saturday, December 7 at 8:30 am for breakfast and a volunteer meeting and orientation from 9 – 11am. 

To learn more about how volunteers make Great Things Happen Together at Challenge Mountain, check out this article from Traverse, Northern Michigan’s Magazine.