Larch Hills Nordic Society is raising funds to install 6 km of LED trail lighting at Larch Hills Recreation Area. First phase installation is planned prior to the 2020-21 ski season. The estimated cost of construction is $100,000 per kilometer and funds will be raised through fundraising events, donations, and grants. The Trail Lighting Project recently won $25,000 in the Kraft Heinz Project Play competition. Please see the Project Brief and the Documents section of this page for further details about this project.
If you have any concerns or would like to become involved in this initiative, please contact us at email@example.com
With a Charitable Donation Tax Receipt
Tax receipts are available for donations done via Nordiq Canada (formerly Cross Country Canada). To donate online, please visit https://app.etapestry.com/onlineforms/Cross-CountrySkidefondCanada/club-donation.html
If you’d prefer to donate via cheque, you may fill out and mail the donation form. Please note that Nordiq Canada has requested cheque donations to be of $1,000 or more – while they will process smaller donations, online is preferred for those of this size.
Directly to Us
If you don’t need a tax receipt and want to donate via cheque, you can mail a cheque payable Larch Hills Nordic Society re: Trail Lighting Project to us at Larch Hills Nordic Society, P.O. Box 218, Salmon Arm, B.C. V1E 4N3.
Donations of $50 or more will receive increasing recognition levels based on the total donation. Please see the Donor Recognition section located at the end of the Project Brief for more details.
- Map of Proposed Phases
- Project Brief
- Sponsor a Pole Postcard
- Nordiq Canada Donation Form
- Environmental Impact Assessment
- Larch Hills eNews – KRAFT HEINZ PROJECT PLAY VOTING BEGINS TOMORROW!!
- Larch Hills eNews – PLEASE HELP LARCH HILLS NORDIC SOCIETY TO WIN $250,000; Memberships
- Trail Lighting Project is a 2019 Kraft Heinz Project Play Finalist
- Kraft Heinz Project Play for our Trail Lighting Project
- Larch Hills eNews – Trail Lighting Proposal Documents
- Randi Ostby
- Rob van Varseveld
- Craig McBride
- Jeff Orchard
- Duncan Moore