Welcome to Ski 4 Cancer!
Ski 4 Cancer was set up by a group of skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts who have either recovered from cancer, or have lost a friend or close relative to cancer.
Ski 4 Cancer provides alpine based respite days and short-breaks for British families affected by cancer. We also make grants to UK based care institutions and support research into the positive effects of sport (e.g. skiing) and how it can help both prevent cancer and assist in recovery post diagnosis.
As a cancer respite charity with a sporting focus, we provide relief from the difficulties of living with cancer. Join our snow-sports community and help people living with cancer at the same time.
If you ski or snowboard, do it 4 Cancer!
Ski 4 Cancer is the official charity for the inaugural Montane Polar Iceman ski adventure race across North-East Greenland.
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Take part in one of Ski 4 Cancer's Austrian ski challenge this March and win a range of prizes including a Neilson ski holiday for two people!
Take part in Ski 4 Cancer's French ski challenge in La Tania (3 Valleys). Win a great selection of prizes and help people living with cancer!
A team of Crystal staff based in St Anton prepare to ski the height of Mount Everest in aid of Ski 4 Cancer!
Neilson Reps in Saalbach-Hintergemm tackle Ski 4 Cancer's Everest Challenge!
SHAAG (SnowHeads Austrian Adventures Gang) are attempting to ski the vertical height of Mount Everest in the Austrian ski resort of Zauchensee.
A team from Meribel Ski Chalets will attempt to ski the vertical height of Mont Blanc or Mount Everest in one day!
Mick Cronin and Caroline Kinsey have decided to tackle Ski 4 Cancer's Everest challenge!
Why don't you buy one of our Ski 4 Cancer Everest Challenge hoodies! They cost just £25
(£30 including postage to any UK address).
A team of avid skiers from the UK will attempt to ski the vertical height of Mount Everest in just one day!
An intrepid team of skiers and boarders from the Otzi Bar in Saalbach will attempt to ski the vertical height of Mount Everest in just one day!