Posted By Erik Halfacre
Since the 1960s, the Nordic Skiing Association of Anchorage (NSAA) has been promoting cross-country skiing in Alaska through a variety of programs. As a non-profit organization, we depend on voluntary membership and donations to help us inour efforts.
Now we’re reaching out to the Anchorage community once again to help improve our Nordic Ski Jumping program for Alaskans of all ages. The program is held at the Karl Eid Ski Jumps, named after a legend in the Anchorage ski jumping world — and a relentless advocate for the sport. To bring our ski jump facility up to national competitive standards, we’ve organized a special fundraising effort to rebuild the 40-meter jump literally one step at a time.
The Rotary Club of Anchorage has already generously agreed to help us in this effort. Now we’re asking you to join them by sponsoring one or more stair steps on the new staircase. Please refer to the tiered donation levels shown on the next page.
Your donation will not only help groom more U.S. Olympians in Alaska, it will go a long way toward helping Alaska Nordic Ski Jumping gain national attention.
There are two ways you can help. The first is by making a general donation to help with the building of this project. You can do that by clicking on the Donate button –
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