Care Clinic to Participate in Copper Mountain's Play Forever Program

Jan 3, 2024

Summit Community Care Clinic is excited to once again participate in the Copper Mountain Play Forever Thursdays program on February 15, 2024.

Through this program, Copper mountain partners with local non-profit organizations by donating a portion of discounted lift tickets to beneficiary organizations throughout the ski season.

Skiers can take advantage of $99 lift tickets and support community nonprofits by purchasing their tickets online and in advance for select Thursdays through April 11, 2024 and Copper will donate $5 from every purchase to the nonprofits participating on that day.

Partner organizations will have an on-site presence at Copper on their select Thursday to speak with guests about their program’s objectives, volunteer opportunities, and more. Summit Community Care Clinic will be at Copper Mountain on Thursday, February 15, 2024 from 9:00am to 1:00pm.

Play Forever is POWDR and Copper Mountain’s corporate responsibility commitment to protect the environment and support the community. Since 2020, Copper Mountain has donated over $500,000 and partnered with over 30 local nonprofits through their Play Forever Thursdays program. Last year’s Play Forever Thursdays program was the resort’s most successful lift ticket giving program since the program's original launch, donating over $150,000 to partners.  

Learn more about Copper Mountain’s 2023/24 Play Forever Thursdays program including scheduled dates and information about partner organizations at CopperColorado.com.

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