Everybody Can Help!
Volunteer with CADS Calgary, one of the most active adaptive skiing and snowboarding programs in Canada!
By donating your time, you’ll be enabling persons with disabilities to experience the joy and freedom of adaptive snow sports! Our supportive community of volunteers welcomes volunteers for both on-hill and non-skiing positions, from registration help to teaching lessons on the snow, meaning there’s a role for everybody, including those who prefer shoes and flat ground.
Our vision is to develop a community of life-long, passionate adaptive skiers and snowboarders at ski areas everywhere. Whether or not you can ski, we’d be grateful for your help! All that we ask for is a positive attitude and a nominal time commitment between November and early March. New friends, free training, volunteer appreciation events, and special offers and discounts are just some of the benefits enjoyed by CADS volunteers.
The number of students who can participate in the program is directly tied to the size of our volunteer team, so register to volunteer with this great program today!
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Enable Persons with Disabilities to Experience the Joy and Freedom of Adaptive Snow Sports!
- Online registration
- Attend an in-person registration event
With both online and in-person registration, a $50 annual membership fee is required. These fees cover liability insurance while on the hill and membership fees for CADS Alberta and CADS National.
All CADS Calgary volunteers are required to complete a vulnerable sector police check once every five years. Download our 2021-2022 Police Check Fillable letter. Please fill out and upload this letter to the Calgary Police Service Epic site. Instructions and link are in this document. Epic Instructions for Volunteers.
The police check will need to be completed prior to starting training. Once you have a copy of your police check letter, please upload it into your profile in Snowline. If you encounter any issues, please email a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org