Your gift will be matched dollar for dollar up to $1 million.
Vermont Adaptive is officially underway with the final phases of our Home Sweet Home Permanent Homes Campaign with a new state-of-the-art $2 million adaptive sports facility at Mt. Ellen at Sugarbush Resort. Friends and participants of Vermont Adaptive’s programs at Sugarbush have pledged a generous challenge to match every dollar up to $1 million for the Sugarbush facility. Sugarbush officials have donated the land necessary to build upon.
Vermont Adaptive is at maximum capacity for summer adventures in its current Burlington location and does not have the sufficient space or facilities to grow potential year-round or winter programs. A new permanent home in Burlington will similarly provide unlimited year-round adventures through access to Lake Champlain, the Burlington Waterfront and Bike Path, and access to increased adventures for populations near Vermont’s largest city. Vermont Adaptive is actively working with potential partners to create this larger development. The vision for the Burlington home is approximately 2,000-sq. ft. of indoor program space, with additional outside and shared spaces. Such a facility would meet current demand for programs and allow for expansion to year-round programming in Burlington.
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