More than just another non-profit organization,
We consider ourselves enablers of dreams.
We started World Cup Dreams because we believe
Athletes should be laser-focused on their careers,
not fixated on financing them.
"When I made the US Development Team in 2011, a friend introduced me to the World Cup Dreams Foundation. WCDF provided me a platform to raise funds for my ski racing career, and since 2011, my fundraising efforts and success have only gotten better. In 2016, my life long dream of racing on the World Cup Circuit finally came true. If it weren't for the WCDF, I would have never been able to see my potential in the sport of ski racing."
— Nick Krause, World Junior Champion
"One of the few downsides to high-level alpine ski racing is the expense! During the past four years as an independent athlete, I have learned more than I ever wanted to know about fundraising and the World Cup Dreams Foundation has been there for me every step of the way. World Cup Dreams helped answer all my questions about how to legitimately raise money and has allowed me to offer my incredibly supportive network of donors tax deductions! The World Cup Dreams Foundation is a group of retired ski racers using their experience in the sport and in business to give back and educate the next generation of World Cup skiers and I am so grateful!”
— Megan McJames, Olympian
"I am very thankful towards the World Cup Dreams Foundation and its financial contributors. WCD has assisted me with the financial burden of pursuing my dreams on the World Cup circuit, without their support I would not be able to compete at this level. Thank you so much World Cup Dreams for helping out athletes in need of financial assistance!”
— AJ Ginnis