UPDATE FEBRUARY 3, 2022: Due to Winter Storm Landon and anticipated snowfall of several inches Thursday night into Friday, and the predicted very cold temperatures for Saturday morning, there will be no 2022 Komen New Hampshire Snowshoe "in-person" t-shirt pick up on Friday afternoon or Saturday morning at The Glen House, NOR at the Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center. No Komen personnel will be on site.
All event t-shirts for survivors and fundraisers have been mailed out this week.
Thank you for your understanding as we had to transition the event to "fully virtual". All NH Snowshoe questions should be directed to Linda Maness, Susan G. Komen, Development Manager, VT-NH: LManess@komen.org or 802-548-4691.
Your generosity is a vital part of our fundraising efforts. Donations to the Komen New Hampshire Snowshoe event are tax-deductible.
Donate to a Participant or Team: It’s easy to make an online donation directly to a New Hampshire Snowshoe participant or team. Use the search link below to get started:
Where Does the Money Go? Net proceeds raised through the Komen New Hampshire Snowshoe event funds the Komen Helpline, Treatment Assistance Program and national breast cancer research program, as well as Komen advocacy pursuing health equity for all.
For more information on your donation’s IMPACT, click here.
If you collected offline donations, please mail them to the address below to arrive by February 1st to count towards NH Snowshoe fundraising awards.
REMINDER - checks should be made payable to: Susan G. Komen, with memo: 2022 NH Snowshoe and participant name.
Susan G. Komen
Attn: MA 300
PO Box 801889
Dallas, TX 75380
Please help us track your donations and thank your supporters for their generous gifts. Make sure you send a completed Snowshoe Pledge Form with your donations. Thank you.