When is the Komen New England Snowshoe Vermont?
Snowshoe Vermont will be held on Sunday, January 26, 2020. Registration/Check In opens at 9 AM at the Grafton Trails & Outdoor Center and the event starts at 10 AM.
Where is the Komen New England Snowshoe Vermont being held?
Grafton Trails and Outdoor Center, 783 Townshend Rd, Grafton, VT 05146 (located 1 mile south of Grafton village)
How much is the Snowshoe Vermont registration fee?
Between October 1st and November 28: $30 for Adults and Survivors/Those Living with Metastatic Disease, $15 for Kids (12 and under); November 29 through January 25: $35 for Adults and Survivors/Those Living with Metastatic Disease, $15 for Kids (12 and under);
Online registration will close Friday, January 24 at 6 PM. In-person Registration will be available on Event Day, Sunday, January 26, 2020 at Grafton Trails and Outdoor Center. PLEASE NOTE: Sunday, January 26, 2020 Adult and Survivors/Those Living with Metastatic Disease registration fees will go up $5 on event day to $40. Kids (12 and under) will be $20.
Is my registration fee tax-deductible?
No, your registration fee helps defray the costs of producing the event and is not considered tax-deductible. However, any amount that you choose to donate above the entry fee is tax-deductible.
Do I get a T-Shirt?
Registered snowshoers raising $50 or more will receive a long-sleeved Komen New England Snowshoe Vermont t-shirt. This tee-shirt may be picked up on Saturday between 4-6 PM at The Grafton Inn during the Snowshoe Meet N' Greet, or on Snowshoe Vermont morning beginning at 9 AM at the Grafton Trails & Outdoor Center.
How can I register?
You can register online here. You can also register offline by downloading this entry form and mailing it to: Komen New England, 1009A Depot Street, Manchester Center, VT 05255. PLEASE make sure you allow for adequate mailing time to be received in our VT office no later than Friday, January 24.
We will also be accepting new registrations on Saturday, January 25, between 4-6 PM at The Grafton Inn during the Snowshoe Meet N' Greet (you can fill out an entry form ahead of time and bring it with you) and bring your donations (please fill out this fundraising form ahead of time)
Registration, donation drop-off, t-shirt pickup (with minimum $50 in fundraising), and snowshoe demos for individuals and teams will be available the morning of Snowshoe Vermont at the Grafton Trails & Outdoor Center, starting at 9:00 AM.
Once I am registered, how do I access my Participant Center? Click here: Participant Center entry
How far is the Snowshoe race and walk?
You have options! We are offering Snowshoe walkers either a 3K or 5K course. Remember ... if you can walk ... you can snowshoe!
Look on the Event Day page for course maps.
Snowshoe demos: We are pleased to announce that Dion Snowshoes (of Bennington, VT) is returning as our 2020 Official Snowshoe Partner! Dion Snowshoes will have an assortment of styles and sizes of demos (while supplies last). You are strongly encouraged to bring your own snowshoes, or rent before arrival!
How can I become a volunteer?
The success of all Komen New England events depends heavily on the support we receive from our volunteers, both before the event and the day of the event. There are many ways you can get involved, for more information contact Linda Maness at email@example.com.
Is this event subject cancellation due to weather?
Komen New England (as well as Grafton Trails & Outdoor Center) reserves the right to cancel or change the date or location of the Komen New England Snowshoe - Vermont in its sole discretion, including in the circumstance of extreme weather. Of course, we do not expect this to be necessary. However, it is January in Vermont. Please dress accordingly, in layers and be prepared for cold!
What if I can not attend the Snowshoe Vermont, or you cancel the event, may I get a refund? Per Komen New England event policy, "All registration fees and donations are non-refundable and non-transferable."
Does my participation require fundraising?
You are not required to fundraise, but we do encourage all participants to fundraise above the entry fee. Just Imagine the IMPACT - If every Snowshoer raises just $100 in addition to their registration fee, we would bring in an additional $50,000 to support Vermont and New Hampshire women in need! Reminder, a minimum of $50 in fundraising earns a registered snowshoer a long-sleeved event tee-shirt.
Does the money raised stay right here in our community?
Yes! 75% of the net income from Snowshoe - Vermont stays right here in our community to fund vital breast cancer health education and breast cancer screening and treatment programs. The remaining 25% supports Susan G. Komen’s national research grants program.
Where do I send donations?
Checks and Money orders (please do NOT mail cash) should be made payable to: Komen New England (memo line: Participant name and Snowshoe Vermont). Please mail your donations , with a completed fundraising form, to: Susan G. Komen New England, 1009A Depot Street, Manchester Center, VT 05255. For donations on behalf of an individual participant or a team, please include that information with your check.
Is there a deadline for fundraising?
All donations on your behalf that are received by Janaury 25, 2020, 6 PM, will be used to determing fundraising awards. Any donations received subsequent to that date will be credited to your participant center, but not in the determination of awards.
When will I receive my fundraising awards?
Your fundraising incentives are calculated based on the total fundraising dollars you have collected as of January 25, 2020 at 6 PM. All awards will be announced/distributed on the morning of the Snowshoe at the Grafton Trails & Outdoor Center. Fundraising recognition is scheduled for 9:50 AM.
What are some ways I can fundraise for my team/my individual goal?
We have plenty of ideas on our Fundraising Tips page!
How do I form a team?
It's easy (and fun!). You can form a team (at the time of your own registration) or join an existing team online, just click the appropriate link on our registration page. All teams require one team captain. For more information, contact us at 802-362-2733 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are the benefits of a team?
Forming or joining a team multiplies the fun you will have at the Snowshoe. You can create a team to celebrate a survivor or honor the memory of someone you have lost. You can also create a corporate team and get your entire company involved. To learn more check out the Team Rewards page.
Do teams have to fundraise?
Teams are not required to fundraising, but we strongly encourage fundraising. Reminder, a registered snowshoer raising a minimum of $50 will earn a long-sleeved event tee-shirt. Fundraising as a team can be fun.Click here to get a list of fundraising events your team can do.
One of my team members registered as an individual when they meant to join my team. How do they correct this?
Please contact Linda Maness at email@example.com to get this corrected.
Can donations made to a team be split or shared among team members?
We are unable to split or transfer donations between individual and team accounts.
Can one person pick up t-shirts for an entire team?
Yes! But remember, teeshirts will be awarded to those raising $50 or more for the Snowshoe event. If you would like to have your team members' tee-shirts made available for one pick up, please contact Linda Maness at firstname.lastname@example.org. This type of Team Pick Up will be available at The Grafton Inn on Saturday, January 25, between 4-6 PM. Please make sure that all members of your team are aware that you'll be picking up for them!
Our Lodging Parter, The Grafton Inn in Grafton, VT (one mile from the Grafton Trails & Outdoor Center) is offering a Saturday night stay rate of $159 (plus tax). Just mention the Komen Snowshoe Vermont at the time of calling (802) 843-2253.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of the Susan G. Komen New England Affiliate. Their passion and commitment is what makes our events successful and allows us to fund local breast health programs. Join us today in our mission to put an end to breast cancer forever.
It’s fun. It’s rewarding. And you’ll meet some truly incredible people when you volunteer for the Komen New England Snowshoe - Vermont. The success of our event depends heavily on the support we receive from volunteers in the months leading up to the event and at the event itself.
Who can volunteer?
Fun-loving, enthusiastic, hard-working and reliable individuals with a few hours available either before our event or on January 26, 2020.
When can you volunteer?
There are two ways you can volunteer for the Snowshoe - Vermont:
1. We are always looking for volunteers to help with pre-event planning, organization and marketing. If you are interested in helping us before January 26th, please contact Linda Maness at (802) 362-2733 or by email: email@example.com .
2. We will be needing a few volunteers at The Grafton Inn on Saturday, January 25 (3:30 PM set up, during the event 4-6 PM, and clean up through 7 PM). Lots of folks are needed on Event Day at the Grafton Trails & Outdoor Center in Grafton, VT to provide the best experience to our participants. Volunteers are needed for registration, course monitors, snowshoe demos, raffle ticket sales, and more - beginning at 8:30 AM and go through 12 PM. If you are interested in volunteering on Sunday, January 26, please contact Linda Maness by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 802-362-2733; and complete our Volunteer Waiver Form.