STEIN ERIKSEN ENDOWMENT

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Grooming Dreams, Building Futures

“It is an honor to help support the athletic dreams of Park City’s youth. My life’s passion and work has been about the outdoors, sportsmanship and perseverance and it is rewarding to be able to help make this lifestyle a reality for the young members of our community. I hope to encourage the benefits of teamwork and camaraderie and inspire our local youth to excel in the sports they love.”

Stein Eriksen,
Deer Valley Resort Director of Skiing
March 2014

 

The goal of the Stein Eriksen YSA Opportunity Endowment is to provide financial resources to youth in the Park City community for winter sports by:

  • Providing opportunity for every child to experience winter sports thereby promoting life-long participation.
  • Providing opportunity for young, committed athletes to continue to strive to reach goals in their sport.
  • Providing support for those in their late teens or early twenties who are members of national teams but are not funded or minimally funded by their respective National Governing Bodies (NGBs).


Thanks to Carla Boecklin for documenting the Endowment’s launch event in April 2014. See some great images from the evening here!


 

What does the Stein Eriksen YSA Opportunity Endowment support?


 

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Your gift is appreciated at any level:
GOLD — Over $50,000
SILVER — $25,000-$49,999
BRONZE — $10,000-$24,999
DARE TO DREAM — $100-$10,000

All gifts will be recognized in YSA materials. Gold, Silver and Bronze level gifts will be honored with the donor’s name or wording of choice on a plaque at Park City venues and at Stein Eriksen Lodge.

There are many ways to donate to the Stein Eriksen YSA Opportunity Endowment!

1. Print this form, complete and mail with a check to:

Stein Eriksen YSA Opportunity Endowment
P.O. Box 681698
Park City, UT 84068

2. Donate online, right here:

3. PARALLEL WINES LIMITED EDITION STEIN ERIKSEN CUVEE

Update: As of January 6, 2016, this edition is sold out! Watch for a new edition coming later this year.

With only twenty bottles produced, this 2011 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon from Parallel Wines has been created to honor Stein Eriksen and his more than 60 years of bringing the enjoyment of skiing to people throughout the world.

100% Cabernet Sauvignon from eastern hillside vineyards. Silky soft tannins are combined with good acidity and a bed of ripe cranberries, red fruit and blackberries. Complementing the fruit you will find elegant touches of cigar box, dark chocolate and sweet oak. Round and supple.

3-Liter etched and hand-painted double magnum. Yours with a $10,000 donation to the Stein Eriksen YSA Opportunity Endowment.

On the checkout page, please click “Add special instructions to the seller” and indicate your gift is for Parallel Wines Stein Eriksen Cuvee by entering “Stein Wine”.

4. ANNUAL GIVING
Making your annual contribution to the Stein Eriksen YSA Opportunity Endowment can be as easy as writing a check (made payable to “SEYSAOE”) or using your MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express credit card, but there are other options for you to consider:

5. PAYMENT PLANS
Pay your contribution through the use of our secure and automated payment plan where you pay equal monthly payments over a period of time.

6. STOCKS/SECURITIES
Gifts of appreciated assets can be gifted directly to the YSA and can provide an added tax benefit for you.

7. MATCHING GIFTS
Many companies will match your contribution. You can double, sometimes triple your gift.

8. PLANNED GIVING
One of the easiest and most important ways to support the YSA is by remembering us with a planned or deferred gift. You can support the local youth with a living memorial for yourself, your family, or a former coach or friend of our program while you are making the future stronger for our community. BEQUESTS Gifts through wills and bequests can provide an opportunity to sustain your family name in conjunction with the YSA program.

9. LIFE INCOME/CHARITABLE TRUSTS
Charitable trusts offer an opportunity to make a substantial gift to the YSA without forfeiting the annual income produced by these assets. You retain income for your life, and the life of your spouse, and the corpus of the trust account is transferred to the YSA upon the death of the surviving spouse. This gift can also be structured to create a substantial tax break over a period of years. Through the creative process of planned giving, incorporated within your comprehensive estate plans, you can fulfill philanthropic goals, reduce income taxes, avoid capital gain and estate taxes, retain a life income, increase spendable income, or reduce the costs of estate settlement.

10. Call or email to discuss other options:
435.214.0792 or endowment@ysaparkcity.org

The Youth Winter Sports Alliance dba Youth Sports Alliance is a 501(c)3 organization. Tax ID: 52-2383750

FUNDRAISING UPDATE

As of April 4, 2016, the Opportunity Endowment has raised over $1,900,000!


THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS!

GOLD
Anonymous, Larry & Judy Cohen, John D. Cumming Family Foundation, Deer Valley Resort, Spencer F. & Cleone P. Eccles Family Fund, George Nyquist, James & Marilyn Parke, Perkins-Prothro Foundation, Swartz Foundation, Vail Resorts Epic Promise, John & Marva Warnock

SILVER
David & Kathleen Dicesaris, Jim & Barbara Gaddis, Thor & Barbie Kallerud, Bryan & Jennifer Knepper, Kurt Larsen, Mark & Tiffany Lemons, Alec & Rachel McAree, MJF Foundation, Keith & Nancy Rattie, Stein Eriksen Lodge, Glen & Nancy Traylor

BRONZE
Andy & Kathleen Blank, Willy & Sonia Bogner, Walt Brett, Gary & Jana Cole, Deer Valley Resort, Peter & Natalie Derby, Paul M. & Terrell Dougan Family Foundation, Rad & Kelly Dye, Stein & Francoise Eriksen, Dana Evan, Patrick & Liz Fannon, Tom & Lynn Fey, Dan McPhun & Kristin Fletcher, Philip M. Friedmann Family Charitable Trust, Hans & Sally Fuegi, Eric & Nancy Garen, Greg Golding, Tom & Nancy Gravina, Jon-Eric & Amanda Greene, Chuck Heath, Robb & Pam Henderson, Arthur & Barbara Higgins, Thomas & Susan Hodgson, Industrial Supply, Ken & Margaret Jacobs, Wonmi & Kihong Kwon, Gregory & Denise Landis, Tom & Kim Litle, Richard & Nancy Marriott, Marriott Daughters Foundation, Bill & Jean Martin, Michael & Judy Mealey, Scott Murray & Mihail Lari, OK3Air, Brad Olch, Gregg & Kristin Ostrander, Park City Mountain Resort, Kevin Parker, Terry & Aimee Preston, John & Marcia Price, Bob & Kim Rollo, Kevin & Jenny Samuelson, Richard & Jill Sheinberg, William & Joanne Shiebler, Ron & Julie Steele, The Strauss Foundation, Jim & Zibby Tozer, Sarah Tueting and Daniel Lemaitre, Steve & Negin Urry, John West, Bill & Marlene Witz

DARE TO DREAM
Harold Anderson, Anonymous, Stacy Armijo, Kevin Arquit, Michael Atkin, Karen Bamford, Bernard & Allison Bateman, Jim Benedict, John & Toni Bloomberg, Dave Brennan, Matt Brown, Neill & Linda Brownstein, Geoff & Tina Buchheister, Cameron & Carol Burr, Steven Caputo, Blaise Carrig, James Cassidy, Debra Cole, Lacey Compton, Brian Connolly, Emily & Don Cook, Jonathon & Kirsten Coon, Elaine Dabney, Bob & Margaret Danzeisen, Rusty & Eve Dassing, Joel & Nicola Davidowski, Deer Valley Mountain Hosts, Stephen McMenamin and Ingrid Delson, Bob & Betsey Devaney, Jim & Kathie Dullanty, Kathy Egbert, Steven Elliff, Alan & Barbara Engen, Fred & Christine Fairclough, Kris & Lee Ann Fedderson, Jack & Marianne Ferraro, Mike and Muffy Ferro, Blair & Susan Feulner, Paul & Donna Fischer, Jeffrey & Leslie Fischer, Mark K. & Stephanie Fischer, Jim & Vicky Fitlow, Gastronomy, Bradley Gerbel, Susan Glasmann, Chet Goodwin, Gottschall Engraving LLC, E. Rawson Griffin, Per Guldbrandsgaard, Barbara Gulick, John & Ilauna Gurr, Hall and Hall, Aminda Halsey, Matthew Hamilton, Shannon Bahrke Happe, Mark & Kimberly Haroldsen, Gina Harper, Chris Haslock, Ral Hemminger, Andy & Linda Hensler, Diane Hier, Suzy Honigman, Sarah Howe, Gene & Ellen Huggs, Adolph Imboden, Anne Iverson, Mark & Anne Marie Jensen, Bill Kearns, Keith & Becky Kearns, Kim Kerr, Joe & Elin Kiernan, Caleb King, KJUS, Gary Knudsen, Scott Kurnit, Campbell Langdon, Charlie & Coni Lansche, Mel & Wendy Lavitt, Mary Leader, Howard & Justine Lewin, The Barbara and Frank Lieber Family Charitable Trust, Doug Lister, Kerrie Lohr, Gail Loveland, Mac & Ann MacQuoid, Amos & Amat Madanes, Basil & Mimi Maher, Richard Makin, Lee & Shelley Marshall, Lindsey Marshall, Jack & Jan Massimino, Kevin McCann, Tim Meyer, Earl & Christine Middlemiss, David & Suzanne Moore, Bob Marsh & Margaret Moses, Steven Moynahan, A.M. Murphy, Janelle Myers, Richard Nelson, Rick Nemeroff, Debbie Neumann, Dori Nolan, Marc, Norman, Marc O’ Brien, John & Joanne O’Connell, Karla Olson, Page Real Estate LLC, Park City Chamber Bureau, Park City Ski School, Kevin Parker, Anne Parker, Derek Parra, Rob & Kimber Parry, Roger & Kathy Penske, Olav Petersen, Peterson Group, Bill & Susan Pidwell, Ben Pieper, John Plavocos, John Quinn, Sean & Alix Railton, Lynn & Connee Rasmussen, Coleen Reardon, Anne Reinhart, Tiffany Rettie, Bryan Riggst, Dustin & Kandy Robertson, Bill Rock, Steve Schmidt, David Scott, Bill Ligety & Cyndi Sharp, Jean Sharp, Robert & Carol Sletta, James Smith, Barbara Smotherman, Megan Steele, Stein Eriksen Lodge Employees, Nicholas & Amy Stugart, Marc Tabah, Matthew & Andrea Terwillegar, Brenda Tyrrell, Cornelis Vanderhout, Judith Wahl, Wasatch Advisors, Edward Weaver, Leland Weaver, Peter & Karen Weiss, Richard & Teri West, Emily White, John Williams, Heggie & Julie Wilson, Robert & Nancy Winn, Charlie & Mary Wintzer, Vernon Yamashiro