Iglu Ski has partnered with adaptive snowsport charity, Disability Snowsport UK (DSUK), to raise funds to help disabled children and adults to be more active.
Iglu Ski provides the opportunity for customers to make a small contribution to DSUK at the time of booking, and invites browsers on their site to make a donation.
Established more than 40 years ago, Disability Snowsport UK offers inclusive skiing and snowboarding for everyone regardless of disability, injury or experience. They provide:
- Expert adaptive teaching for individuals, families and groups across the UK;
- Holidays and activities in the UK and worldwide;
- Social and recreational skiing groups.
CEO at Disability Snowsport UK, Virginia Anderson said: “DSUK is incredibly grateful for the support of Iglu Ski and their customers. There is much to be done to help the snowsport sector to include more disabled people.
“By supporting DSUK, Iglu Ski are helping a huge range of disabled people with a variety
of life changing conditions to be able to build their fitness and confidence, and enjoy being part of the brilliant skiing and snowboarding community. It can be life changing.”
Josh McDonagh, one of DSUK’s sit skiers said: “Since first touching the snow with DSUK, they have encouraged me to pursue dreams I didn’t even realise I had. DSUK has shown me a whole new world on and off the slopes.”
Simon McIntyre, General Manager at Iglu Ski said: “The entire team at Iglu Ski is proud and excited to support DSUK, and to see more and more people on ski slopes, either in UK venues or in the mountains of Europe and beyond. Everyone deserves the chance to enjoy sport and nature, and whatever we can do to facilitate that, we will.”