Donate & Contribute

 

The Sierra Nevada Olympic & Winter Sports Museum (Squaw Valley Ski Museum Foundation) is actively working to preserve the winter sports and Olympic history of the Sierra Nevada Region, to share stories of the legends of winter, and to inspire generations to experience the wonder and passion of our unique mountain spirit.

Make a Donation

As a nonprofit, we depend on the generosity of individual donors. Your contribution enables us to do the ground work that is critical to move the ball forward in building this dynamic museum.

Through generous donations, grants and the enduring support of the Tahoe Truckee community, we have built a passionate team to bring the vision to a reality in the near future. Yet, there is much work to be done. Please consider making a contribution to the foundation by becoming an annual member through the Community Campaign.

Community Campaign

Support the Sierra Nevada Olympic & Winter Sports Museum Foundation at any level, no minimums!

Campaign to Build Our Collection

Do you have something to donate? Do you have a piece of Sierra Ski History or Olympic artifacts to share? We are always looking for ski history collectibles in the form of objects, artifacts, photographs, movies and personal stories. To inquire about the possibilities, please contact our collections team at donate@TheSNOWMuseum.org.

If you prefer to send a check, please make it out to:

Squaw Valley Ski Museum Foundation

Mailing Address:

SVSMF | SNOW Sports Museum Foundation
PO Box 2697
Olympic Valley, CA 96146

Please include a note if you would like your donation in memory of a loved one or in support of a specific athlete. To learn more about our donor and recognition opportunities, please contact Jill Short Milne at (415) 254-5868.

Thank you, we truly appreciate your continued support!

Our Olympic Heritage is important in inspiring the next generation of potential Olympians in the North Lake Tahoe Area. Preserving the heritage and history of what happened here in 1960, celebrating it, and sharing the legacy with more people through this museum will show that our community is proud of our Olympic History.

- Liz Bowling

Communications Director, North Lake Tahoe Resort Association