SOME INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE IS FOR 2019. 2020 information will be similar, but expect any changes to be released in November or December 2019..
THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE! YOU CAN STILL DONATE ANY TIME!
VERMONT ADAPTIVE PARTNERSHIP
The Vermont 100 is more than a race. It’s an opportunity to give back. It’s a chance to make a difference.
The Vermont 100’s first race director Laura Farrell also founded Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports, and for over 30 years our race has been one of the largest annual fundraisers for Vermont Adaptive.
Vermont Adaptive empowers people of all abilities through year-round inclusive sports and recreational programming regardless of their ability to pay.
With nearly 400 active volunteers, plus generous partners, sponsors, and individual fundraising efforts like yours, Vermont Adaptive is able to stay at the forefront of sports and recreation for those with disabilities.
As the world’s first trail and ultra race to supports and recognize visually and mobility impaired athletes with their own division, we believe in what Vermont Adaptive does every day for its participants and we encourage your continued support.
WHERE DONATIONS GO
From basic access to advanced instruction, Vermont Adaptive makes alpine skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, sailing, cycling, hiking, rock climbing, running, tennis, horseback riding, wellness retreats, and more available to those who may otherwise never get an opportunity.
Over the years, through hard work and dedication of our patrons, the VT100 has raised and donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to support Vermont Adaptive programs.
HOW IT WORKS
- GENERAL PARTICIPATION
Fundraising is not required, but it is strongly encouraged. Every registered VT100 participant receives a link to an individual fundraising page powered by PledgeReg. Runners can personalize their page and also connect their page to a team account.
- TEAM RUN 2 EMPOWER
Runners on the Team Run 2 Empower commit to fundraising for Vermont Adaptive. The race holds spots aside in the event for the Team Run 2 Empower. For more information, email the RD.
Earn swag for every fundraising tier you reach:
- Raise $200
Become a Champion for Opportunity and get a branded trucker hat.
- Raise $600
Become a Champion for Independence and get a branded technical quarter-zip long sleeve shirt.
- Raise $1500
Become a Champion for Empowerment and get a branded Patagonia backpack.
- Raise $3000
Become a Champion for Equity and get the branded Patagonia backpack filled with special treats from sponsors and VT Adaptive.
- Raise $6000
Become a Champion for Change and get everything above plus some extra treats, hugs, and eternal gratitude.
VT100 also offers monthly fundraising raffles. Keep an eye out on social media and in your email for how you can win goodies from our sponsors or Vermont Adaptive.
- LIFETIME FUNDRAISING
We appreciate that some folks fundraise year after year. Those that reach $5,000 in lifetime fundraising get a branded Patagonia vest, and those that reach $10,000 in lifetime fundraising get a branded Patagonia down jacket.
Please ask your friends and family to sponsor you in the VT100, or make your own donation to a fundraiser page. Everything counts.
HALL OF FAME – TOP 20*
VT100 is grateful to these people. Each is a supportive, generous, enthusiastic and committed participant who has fundraised the most all-time for Vermont Adaptive.
1. Matt Klein – $68,570
2. Meg Cullings – $25,298
3. Neely Fortune – $16,0000
4. Keith McWilliams – $15,505
5. Maria Chevalier – $12,058
6. Chris Eaton – $10,050
7. Lucimar Araujo – $9,223
8. Erik Glover – $7,317
9. Krista Alderdice – $7,101
10. Neil Feldman – $5,610
11. Faith Raymond – $5,420
12. Leah Christensen – $5,303
13. Tom Hancock – $5,000
14. E. David Granum – $4,516
15. Allison Westhoven – $4,297
16. Celia Leber – $4,270
17. Scot Binder – $3,930
18. Allison Westhoven – $3,782
19. Dylan Broderick – $3,835
20. Melissa Ossanna – $3,736
*Based on totals from 2013 and. VT100 does not have records prior to this. Please email the RD if you feel this information is incorrect. Thank you!