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We Value Our Community

Each year, the generous financial support from our community in the Greater Teton Region continues to grow. We value your contributions, and each donation provides assistance to the Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center. Past dona­tions have allowed the avalanche cen­ter to extend the end of the fore­cast sea­son and make excit­ing new improve­ments that enhance the capabilities of their website.

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2011 Avalanche Awareness Night at Snow King Resort. Image: Jake Johnston

Partners and Fundraising Initiatives

  • Partners

    A key partner of the avalanche center offering financial support as well as on site resources including weather stations, ski patrol, access, and operations.

    Grand Targhee operates and maintains weather stations that provide important data used to make avalanche forecasts, while also contributing financial support.

    Wyoming State Trails has rewarded the avalanche center with grants to provide hazard forecasts and additional resources for the snowmobilers in northwest Wyoming.

    Professionals at the avalanche center work closely with meteorologist and snow science specialists affiliated with the National Weather Service.

  • Old Bill’s Fundraising Initiative

    Old Bills Fun Run for Char­i­ties and our community of contributors provides an incred­i­ble oppor­tu­nity for the Friends of Bridger-Teton Avalanche Cen­ter. Money raised through this initiative greatly contributes to our ability to support the avalanche center. We sin­cerely appre­ci­ate your the efforts by the Com­mu­nity Foun­da­tion of Jack­son Hole to organize the event.

  • Private Donations

    Thank You For Supporting the Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center

    We are grateful for donations from businesses, organizations, individuals and families. Your support goes directly to enhancing the capabilities of the avalanche center. From extending the forecast season, to the purchase and maintenance of weather equipment, you are helping to create avalanche awareness in northwest Wyoming.