Q: What day is Ski For Cancer?
A: Ski For Cancer will be take place on Saturday, March 4, 2017. 

Q: Where is Ski For Cancer taking place?
A: Ski For Cancer will be held at Cascade Mountain in Portage, WI. Address details can be found through the event details tab.

Q: What transportation is provided for the event?
A: Buses will be leaving from the Red Gym at 716 Langdon Street on the hour from 8AM-11AM. Buses returning from Cascade Mountain will be leaving on the hour from 2PM-4PM. There is no additional cost for transportation. Parking is available for those who do not want to take buses to Cascade Mountain. 

Q: How is the money raised distributed? 
A: All ticket sales and corporate sponsorship funds raised will be donated to the Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer (MACC) Fund, which raises money for pediatric cancer research.

Q: When do I need to buy my tickets? 
A: Tickets can be purchased up until the night prior to the event, however, tickets will be available for sale at the mountain the day of Ski For Cancer.

Q: How can I make a donation with a physical check rather than through this website?
A: Physical checks should be written out to OX Psi Chapter Foundation (OX Psi Chapter Foundation is a 501(c)3 foundation) with Ski For Cancer in the memo line. All checks can be sent to Ski For Cancer Week Chairman Bradley Bean at 420 West Gorham St. Apt 503, Madison, WI 53703. 

Q: Are contributions to OX Psi Chapter Foundation tax deductible?
A: Contributions are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. 

Q: How will Ski for Cancer Week be publicized and promoted? 
A: All Ski for Cancer Week events will be publicized on this website, our chapter social media accounts, campus-wide emails and flyers around UW-Madison campus. 

Q: Who attends Ski For Cancer? 
A: Ski For Cancer attendees include UW-Madison students, Madison community members and family friends of other attendees. Students and families are welcome to Cascade Mountain to enjoy a day full of skiing, snowboarding and tubing.

Q: Will food be provided at Ski for Cancer? 
A: We will be selling concessions including hot dogs, brats and hot chocolate the day of the event. Additional Cascade Mountain concessions are located at the chalet near the mountain entrance. 

Q: Is there a limit on the number of event attendees? 
A: There is no limit on the number of attendees. Transportation will be provided at no additional cost for those who indicate they want transportation upon ticket purchase.

Q: Who can I contact if I have further questions about the Ski For Cancer Week
A: You can contact Ski For Cancer Week Chairman Bradley Bean at skiforcancerweek@gmail.com.