Resort is now offering guests a new way to give back to environmental improvement projects in the Tahoe Basin
Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe is giving skiers and riders a new way to give back and help improve the Tahoe environment for all to enjoy. With the purchase of every lift ticket during the 2023-24 winter season, guests will have the ability to add a $1 donation benefitting the Tahoe Fund through the nonprofit’s $1 for Tahoe program.
“Because of the nature of what we do, Mt. Rose has always been committed to being stewards of the environment and taking action to improve the recreational experiences enjoyed by our guests, employees and community,” said Mike Pierce, Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe marketing director. “By joining the Tahoe Fund’s $1 for Tahoe program, we’re excited to give our guests a way to directly give back to help fund important projects like hiking, biking and ADA-accessible trails, restoration of meadows, wetlands and forests, removal of aquatic invasive species, and much more.”
Created to offer a simple way for those who love Tahoe to help make it even better, the $1 for Tahoe program raises money to restore and improve the environment and enhance recreational opportunities. Proceeds from the $1 for Tahoe program support the efforts of the Tahoe Fund in its mission to improve the Lake Tahoe environment for all to enjoy.
“A dollar contribution may not seem like a lot, but when every guest chooses to give back, it really adds up,” said Amy Berry, Tahoe Fund CEO. “Our organization is powered by the generosity of people who care for the Tahoe environment. Thanks to Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe, everyone who skis or rides this season has the chance to help make an impact.”