NewsOther NewsNNF’s Drive For 25 is Today

FasterSkier FasterSkierNovember 15, 2011

Today is a very big day for us as we assemble all American cross country ski enthusiasts to stand up together to support our developing skiers.  Please join us by making a contribution to the National Nordic Foundation.

 

Why?  Today is about building our base of XC fans in the U.S. and showing our collective support by funding opportunities so our developing athletes can learn to race in Europe against the best in the world. The U.S. has improved from a nation that seldom put a single skier in the top-15 on the World Cup to a nation with Continental Cup, U23, World Cup and World Championship podiums. Yet as a nation our developing athletes still struggle to afford the racing opportunities required to compete among the best. That, and because you’ll be supporting cross country skiers. The world needs more of them.

 

Donate here: http://ccgeneralfund.causevox.com/4eaac877306c1  Check back often to see our progress. Once you have donated the program will automatically generate a tax-deductible receipt.  While donating, please fill out the comment box and also hit the “like” button to show your support. If you are uncomfortable with online donations, please mail a check to:

 

National Nordic Foundation

32 West 200 South #149

Salt Lake City 84101

 

How Much?  Whether you can donate $25 or $100, 100% of your money will support over 40 elite U.S. development athletes age 15-28 this winter on racing trips in Europe.  Please do what you can. Today is more about developing the total number of XC supporters in the U.S.

 

We hope you will continue to follow our skiers and support our nation’s pursuit of Olympic cross country success. You may follow these trips this winter at www.nccsef.org.  This site is updated weekly with photos and motivating thoughts from the road.

 

Thank you for your role in XC development.  The Drive for 25 is now!  Spread the word.

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