OREGON CANCER SKI OUT
Teams of 4 compete for prizes at Mt. Hood Meadows, in a race that rewards consistency and teamwork rather than individual speed. Volunteer celebrity and professional coaching staff are on hand throughout the race, coordinating teams and assisting with professional advice and instructions.
Funds are raised through corporate sponsorships, team entry fees, participants voluntarily raising Bucks to Buck Cancer, a combination of silent and oral auctions, and the ever-popular Cowboy up for Cancer dinner and casino night held at the Mt. Hood Oregon Resort this year. Since it began in 1988, the Oregon Cancer Ski Out has raised over a million dollars for its beneficiaries. In addition, over 400 people take part in the Ski Out each year, many of whom have participated in this event since its inception.
Each year, the event has seen increased participation, public awareness, and corporate recognition and involvement. The event’s success, to date, is largely due to the strong support it has received from local corporations and individuals who want to participate in a fun event that makes a meaningful impact in the fight against cancer.
Golf to Give Challenge
We are very excited for the fourth annual Golf to Give Challenge. The event will be held on Friday, August 7th, 2021 at Langdon Farms.
What is the Golf to Give Challenge? The Golf to Give Challenge is a fundraising event that focuses on raising funds for a worthy cause while also having a great time. Since the inception of the event in 2017 we have raised more than $100,000 in the support of the fight against childhood cancer. We will continue to support the Candlelighters For Children With Cancer organization as our primary beneficiary.
We have a great tournament planned but we can’t do it without you so please come and join us for another great day of golf, giving and fun!
Oregon Cancer Bike Out
Oregon Cancer Bike Out is a full day of Mountain Biking fun! Race your bike down the thrilling trails at Wanoga Sno-Park, one of Central Oregon’s best trail system outside of Bend. Trails for this year’s event include Funner, Tiddlywinks, Tyler’s Traverse, and Lower Storm King.
These single-track trails are “mostly” downhill. Each ride offers more than 1,400 vertical feet of descent. The recommended rider ability is intermediate, but for those who want to undergo more of a “hair raising experience” there are a number of advanced options available. Funner and Tiddlywinks have become the trails of choice for Bend’s most popular events.
Shuttle and optional guided services will be provided to assure this event can offer you the best gravity assisted experience ever.