Boston Chill 2017
For Boston’s underprivileged youth
Life Skills, through Board Sports.
OVER $4K RAISED BY CHILL BOSTON TEAM FOR UNDERPRIVILEGED YOUTH
Structured lessons in snowboarding, skateboarding and paddleboarding provide the underprivileged youth of Boston with everything they need to learn important life skills like perseverance and patience – all at no cost to them. Now in his 18th season as a volunteer instructor, Chris considers it a privilege to help these deserving young people grow and develop. For a video of the program in action, check out http://bit.ly/2krxuZx and look for him in the green Wachusett jacket!
The community of Boston steps up and works together to provide the underprivileged youth in the area with the privileged opportunity that is snowboarding.
“The attraction of snowboarding is the freedom it gives you. With a snowboard on your feet the sky is the limit. You can do anything and go anywhere,” Comments Jeremy Jones.
“Snowboarding gives me a happiness that nothing else does. The sense of adventure, exploration, and being out in the mountains is humbling and fulfilling,” adds Kimy Fasani.
The Chill Foundation
Chill inspires youth to overcome challenges through board sports. Chill’s core youth development program revolves around a six-week curriculum that uses snowboarding to teach life skills and increase self-esteem in underserved youth between the ages of 10-18. Six weekly themes of patience, persistence, responsibility, courage, respect, and pride, provide a framework for learning and personal growth. Time on the ride up to the mountain is used to introduce the weekly theme through an activity and reinforce the concept. This structure allows participants to make meaningful connections to the curriculum while experiencing the innate joy of snowboarding.
For more info visit: CHILL FOUNDATION
EVENT: Boston Chill 2017
CONGRATULATIONS TO CHRIS AND TEAM!!