Enabling Kids Through The Magic of Snow Sports
Welcome to Track 3
Ontario Track 3 Ski Association is a inclusive volunteer, non-profit charitable organization that teaches children and youth with disabilities to downhill ski and snowboard.
For more than four decades, Ontario Track 3 has been the only provincial organization dedicated to long-term adaptive alpine sports programs for children with disabilities.Track 3 delivers adaptive ski and snowboard programs that are designed for special kids with special needs. Our goal is to change lives by enabling our students with the same opportunities and experiences that are available to other children within their schools, families and communities.
Discovering Ability through the Freedom of Adaptive Sports
Safety, Fun, and Learning
Membership in Track 3
All individuals who support the objectives of the Association and who are 15 years of age or older are eligible for membership, including volunteers, committee members, employees, a family member of a current student (including the student) and other persons who the Board may, from time to time, designate. An annual application process is in place for new and returning members. For more details contact our office.
We Need You!!!
Bringing the magic of snow sports to life for our participants depends (greatly) on volunteer support, ranging from instructor roles to operational support and more. Think you'd like to volunteer your time? Please visit our Volunteer pages or contact the Central Office at 416-233-3872 for more information. And we also rely on donations and support to help us achieve our mission. Visit our Sponsors/Donors page and join us at one of our many fundraising events. Your support means the world to Track 3!
Ontario Track 3 is governed by a Volunteer Board of Directors who set policy standards for our organization. Our most recent policies are available for review HERE. Contact our office for a copy of our Accessiblity, Privacy, Code of Conduct, Screening, Graduation and Safety Policies.