Donate to local nonprofits by purchasing discounted lift tickets at Copper Mountain

A wide shot of Copper Mountain Resort as the resort's snow guns work to blanket its upper ski runs in snow. Copper Mountain Resort announced on Wednesday, Dec. 21 that it will be bringing back its Play Forever Thursdays giving program in 2023.
Copper Mountain Resort/Courtesy photo

Copper Mountain is once again offering discounted lift tickets to guests this winter with a portion benefiting nonprofit partners through Play Forever Thursdays.

Play Forever Thursdays is a community-based fundraising effort where Copper will donate $5 from every $99 discounted lift ticket purchased online and in advance to 18 community nonprofit partners. The program has gone on for three seasons and benefits some local organizations.

Play Forever Thursdays will occur on select Thursdays throughout the 2022-23 winter season from Jan. 5 to April 6.

The organizations participating in this season’s Play Forever Thursdays program include:

  • The Summit County Rescue Group
  • Summit Advocates for Victims of Assault
  • Smart Bellies
  • SheJumps
  • Get Outdoors Leadville!
  • Colorado Rapid Avalanche Deployment
  • Friends of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center
  • Blue River Watershed Group
  • Summit Community Care Clinic
  • High Country Conservation Center
  • Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center
  • Summit County Safe Passages
  • Leave No Trace, Building Hope
  • The Family & Intercultural Resource Center
  • Friends of the Dillon Ranger District
  • Adaptive Action Sports
  • The High Fives Foundation

To learn more about Copper Mountain’s 2022-23 Play Forever Thursdays program including scheduled dates and information about partner organizations, visit

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