The Clock is Ticking on 2015! – $12,600 Away From Reaching Our Goal!

3 Days Left!

Dear Friends,

Thank you! We are just $12,600 away from reaching our goal of $30,000, and we have 3 days left.

As of today we have raised $17,400 towards our goal of $30,000! This is a 1:1 challenge grant where your gift is matched dollar for dollar.

Any amount will help and with a $100 donation or more you will get a special gift from – a CXC Craft ‘Sweden Blue’ Hat. Every contribution no matter great or small is deeply appreciated.

This donation opportunity provides a way for anyone to give back to our sport through CXC Programs. These CXC programs are the backbone of skier development and promotion in the Midwest.


Yuriy Gusev
Executive & Athletic Director
Central Cross Country Ski Association
Community Olympic Development Program


Introducing Youth to the Sport



“I would recommend and promote the ‘Nordic Rocks’ for Schools Program to any other school, because there are so many great things the program does for our school. It promotes a healthy lifestyle for all students and in Wisconsin we definitely need more activities to do out in the winter and the program gives them the opportunity they wouldn’t normally have.”

– Alison Anderson, Creekside Elementary School, Sun Prairie, WI

Including Individuals of All Ability Levels


“Adapted sports and opportunities for adapting fitness and wellness activities for individuals with disabilities, is one of the most needed things in our society. Activities of this type however are few and far from adequate. CXC’s Adaptive Program is one one of the best at providing in this much needed area and is doing a tremendous job of recruiting training and showing our society that athletes with diverse abilities are not only tremendous athletes, they are inspiring and will soon if not already are at celebrity status.”

– Tim Gatenby, Coordinator of Adapted Fitness & Personal Training for the Department of Kinesiology at UW Madison.

Fueling the Athletic Pipeline


“The CXC Dream Camp was an amazing opportunity for the Midwest U16 group to bond and learn from each other at a prestigious Olympic Training Center. By the end of the week, I could really tell that athletes in attendance valued the rigors and delight of training in Marquette MI, an experience that will undoubtedly serve as a key building block to their skiing careers for years to come.”

– Karmen Whitham, Head Coach for Great Lakes Junior National Team and Head Coach for Superior Land Ski Club.

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