Funds raised will support environmental improvement projects in the Tahoe Basin
Guests of Northstar, Heavenly, and Kirkwood are making sure that their time on the slopes is positively impacting the environment through Vail Resorts’ EpicPromise Guest Donation Program. By donating a dollar when purchasing online lift tickets, season passes, lodging, and rounds of golf over the past twelve months, guests at these Vail Resorts locations have raised more than $187,000 for the Tahoe Fund to support environmental improvement projects.
“We are thrilled to see how much our guests care about giving back to Tahoe. Through these dollar donations and our EpicPromise program, our guests make it easy for us to support the Tahoe Fund’s work to improve the Lake Tahoe environment for all to enjoy.”
– Tom Fortune, VP and COO of Heavenly Mountain Resort and the Tahoe Region
The Tahoe Fund supports environmental improvement projects that restore lake clarity, expand sustainable recreation, promote healthier forests, improve transportation, and inspire greater stewardship of the region. Since its inception in 2010, the organization has funded over 80 environmental improvement projects.
Over the past decade, Kirkwood Ski Resort, Heavenly Mountain Resort, and Vail Resorts EpicPromise have contributed over $927,000 to the Tahoe Fund. Dollar donations from Vail Resorts guests have supported projects like the Lily Lake Trail, a 2.1-mile multi-use trail on Angora Ridge; the 72-mile scuba cleanup of Lake Tahoe’s entire shoreline; and the restoration of the 206-acre Johnson Meadow in South Lake Tahoe. In the coming months, Kirkwood, Heavenly, and the Tahoe Fund team will determine which upcoming projects this round of funding will support.
“We are beyond grateful for the guests at Heavenly, Northstar, and Kirkwood resorts. Their generosity and the continued support of Vail Resorts make it possible for us to preserve this mountain treasure for future generations.”
– Cory Ritchie, chair of the Tahoe Fund Board of Directors
Learn more about the Tahoe Fund and its current and completed projects at www.tahoefund.org.
3 thoughts on “Tahoe Fund Receives $187,000 in Dollar Donations From Guests of Vail Resorts”
Second that. All a write-off while “TRYING” to look like they care!!!
Follow your leader sheeple. They donate a tiny fraction of their profits so their marketing department and nobrains has something to brag about. Don’t take the bait. Stop skiing at their resorts.