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Many of us across the world are feeling trapped in our homes and are no longer able to experience life as we used to only a few weeks ago.  Even if we manage to leave our homes, the outside world might not be able to meet our needs, and many of us are experiencing anxiety when weighing up the risks associated with stepping out of the front door.
 
For lots of Disability Snowsport UK’s skiers and snowboarders these were the challenges they faced before COVID-19, challenges that DSUK has helped them to address.  
 
When DSUK started in the 1970s, the goal was to use snowsport for rehabilitation. Since then we have learnt it means even more than that to our participants and their families. On top of bringing physical, mental health and social benefits that translate into other areas of their lives, it means freedom. Working with DSUK, disabled people get to choose their line, their speed, and get to feel the exhilaration of ice-cold wind on their face as they learn to master the mountain. 

Some of our skiers and snowboarders belong to high-risk and at-risk groups and are facing enhanced restrictions and isolation because of the current crisis.  We want to ensure they can enjoy a sense of freedom as soon as it is safe to do so, rebuilding confidence, independence, social networks and health benefits that they may have lost.
 
COVID-19  has hit all of us hard, and we are no exception. Because we’re unable to run lessons and had to cancel critical fundraising events, our income has dropped significantly – and we need whatever support you can give. 
 
 
We believe that the British snowsport community is caring and inclusive, and we’re confident you’ll help us to continue our vital work. A total of 1.5 million people made it to the mountains last season. It would only take a small donation from each one of those people to support the benefits that snowsport can bring to disabled people across the UK.
 
Thank you

The Prizes

  • Painting of Les Brévières, Tignes


    Painting of Les Brévières, Tignes by landscape artist  RP Roberts. The wooden panel is 75cm in diameter.

    RP Roberts is know for his work with Jones Snowboards, his artwork adorns many their top sheet graphics. 

  • The Classic Laddie 4.5l


    It's the Classic Laddie's Big Daddy - and it is very big indeed! This right here is a 4.5 litre bottle of Brucihladdich's unpeated single malt Scotch whisky originally created by the legendary (and now retired) Master Distiller Jim McEwan, made on the Isle of Islay with Scottish barley
  • The Botanist Islay Dry Gin 1.5L


    Created at the Bruichladdich distillery, this superb Islay gin was distilled in the 'ugly betty' still described as "an oversized upside-down dustbin made of copper" by Tom Morton. Perhaps the best looking packaging we've ever seen for a gin - it's not all style and no substance either. This is a world-class gin, at a proper ABV.  A huge 31 botanicals go into The Botanist, including some native to Islay. The full list of botanicals is as follows: angelica root, apple mint, birch leaves, bog myrtle leaves, cassia bark, chamomile, cinnamon bark, coriander seed, creeping thistle flowers, elder flowers, gorse flowers, heather flowers, hawthorn flowers, juniper berries, lady's bedstraw flowers, lemon balm, lemon peel, liquorice root, meadow sweet, orange peel, oris root, peppermint leaves, mugwort leaves, red clover flowers, tansy, thyme leaves, water mint leaves, white clover, wood sage leaves. Phew!
  • Ruroc RG1-DX Ski / Snowboard Helmet


    Ruroc RG1-DX Ski / Snowboard Helmet  M/L  The Ruroc RG1-DX is harder than you can imagine. According to Ruroc, it is the hardest developed helmet construction on the planet. Extreme protection! Ultimate visibility! and optimal ventilation are just some of the features that will delight you. (actual colour may differ)
  • Case of 6, Trivento Eolo Malbec 2016

    A case of 6 Trivento Eolo Malbec 2016 in a presentation box.
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