Shades of Pale has supported various organizations and events throughout the years. We think they’re pretty great and think you may think so too.
US Ski Team
“No athlete becomes an Olympian on their own. It requires a network of dedicated coaches, teammates and supporters. USSA has a proud tradition of being supported by funding from generous Americans. This extraordinary tradition is shared with few countries in the world. We have created programs ….(more) ”
“We are committed to reducing waste and preventing ground water pollution in our community. We do so by offering a variety of collection programs, education programs, workshops, and events. As long as the health of our local and global environment is a concern, we will strive to offer community-based resources and solutions. (….more)
Friends of Animals
“The animals in our program have ended up with us for a variety of reasons, ranging from abandonment, to rescue from an abusive situation, to owner surrender because they no longer can, or want to take care of them. Our animals are loving, family pets who are desperately awaiting for their forever homes. FOAU was founded in 1990 by a group of generous volunteers determined to find homes for animals in need. Over the decades, our objective has remained the same: to place animals into permanent, caring homes and advance the humane treatment of animals through education. (…more)”
Habitat for Humanity
“A nonprofit, Christian housing ministry that believes that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live. We build and repair houses all over the world using volunteer labor and donations. Our partner families purchase these houses through no-profit, no-interest mortgage loans or innovative financing methods.(…more)”
Youth Winter Sports Alliance
“The Youth Winter Sports Alliance (YWSA) was initially established to create a legacy for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games by spearheading a community-wide effort to increase the number of children who actively participate in winter sport programs from the greater Park City area, as well as the surrounding Summit and Wasatch Counties in Utah. (…more)”
Ready to Fly Film
From Director Bill Kerig: “…Even before the tour was over, I was looking for another story that could inspire me. I found it in the triumphant story of Lindsey Van, who set out to conquer the world, only to have it line up against her. I found it in the story of Peter Jerome who jumped in to save his daughter’s ski jumping team, vowing to take on a multi-billion-dollar foe, armed with only a Non-Profits For Dummies paperback. I found it in the story of women’s ski jumping, the only Olympic discipline that allows men to compete but not women. And I found it in the eyes of my own young daughter who is not a ski jumper, but hopefully will never be denied the chance to pursue any of her dreams, merely because she’s a girl. (…more)”
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Big City Mountaineers
“Big City Mountaineers transforms the lives of under-served urban youth through wilderness mentoring expeditions that instill critical life skills. We partner with community-based youth organizations and caring adult volunteers who act as mentors in the field to help young people realize their potential. Our curriculum improves integrity, self- esteem, responsibility, decision-making abilities and communication skills in close to 1,000 youth annually.” (…more) or Summit For Someone
If you are a community organization requesting a donation, please contact us via our contact form on the About us section with a minimum of 30 days notice.