Throughout Sugar Bowl Ski Team's history, countless individuals have been incredibly generous with their time, energy and talents. Whether it's being a sweeper with our Mini and Mighty Mite programs or setting up lunch to spending hours on the side of a hill gatekeeping, our organization couldn't do it without the support of our amazing families!
We hope you'll take a moment to familiarize yourself with some of our regular opportunities below. All families are expected to complete hours as part of their membership.If you're interested in helping, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a parent sweeper you will be helping our Mini Mite and Mighty Mite coaches with the safe loading and unloading of our athletes on the chairlift. You will also be a “caboose” while skiing with the group. This opportunity is available every scheduled ski team day.
Lunch Set Up and Clean Up
Set up and clean up for lunch happens every day that ski team is scheduled. The primary duty for lunch set up is to place tables and chairs and move the couches out of the way in the Great Room of Village Hall. The primary duty for lunch clean up is to wipe down and put away all of the tables and chairs. Volunteers also need to vacuum and pick up all trash around the Great Room and return furniture to its place. Please remember that every family must volunteer for at least one lunch set up and two lunch clean ups per our volunteer requirement in the handbook.
Sugar Bowl hosts competitions that are critical for athlete development, as well as financial and mission success. A competition volunteer is assigned a specific duty on the day of an event. It could include gate keeping (no prior experience needed), backup timing, scoreboard recording, etc. You can participate in this opportunity even if you do not ski. Please remember that every family must help for at least one competition annually per our volunteer requirement.
Throughout the season SBST hosts a number of functions. We can always us help with set up and/or clean up before/after the events. Set up could include decorating, moving furniture, organizing tables and place settings for dinners. Clean up could include clearing dishes, rinsing dishes and breaking down the event decorations.