Thank You 7-Eleven (Carnelian Bay, CA), Porters Sports Lake Tahoe and Alpenglow Sports!

Thank you very much to the following supporters! Your fundraising efforts are greatly appreciated as the High Fives Foundation continues to grow and support athletes that suffer life-altering injuries while pursuing a dream in the winter action sports community!

7-Eleven (Carnelian Bay, CA)

7-Eleven
Owner Dan Sanderman’s store in Carnelian Bay continues to support the Foundation through High Fives gear sales, product donations and open donations at the counter. Head to the 7-Eleven Carnelian Bay location today for the best customer service, great products and to support the High Fives Foundation! Directions¬†here.¬†Thank you!

 

Porters Sports Lake Tahoe

Porters Sports (Photo: Margaret Moran / mmoran@sierrasun.com | Sierra Sun)
Porters Sports (Photo: Margaret Moran / mmoran@sierrasun.com | Sierra Sun)

Owner John Chapman regrettably was forced to close the remaining Porters Sports Lake Tahoe (in Truckee, CA). However, before the beloved and iconic winter sports shop closed its doors, they went out with a philanthropic drive to support the Foundation. In its final days, all customers were given the option to receive 50% off all merchandise via a suggested donation of $5 to the Foundation. Thank you to John and the entire Porter’s team for your tremendous support!

Alpenglow Sports

Alpenglow Sports Film FestivalHigh Fives to owner Brendan Madigan and Alpenglow Sports (Tahoe City, CA) Athlete Adrian Ballinger for an amazing fundraiser evening on Thursday, February 20 at Squaw Valley. A packed house joined the Foundation for a riveting slide-show discussion from Adrian titled “The Global Search for Powder”. With an awesome raffle to benefit the Foundation, this will be a night not to be forgotten. Thank you Alpenglow Sports!

 

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