Support the World's Biggest Ski Day to Conquer Cancer

Pink Vail keeps growing every year. This year we are excited to have our main Pink Vail Headquarters at Golden Peak, on the east side of Vail Mountain. As this event grows each year we need more and more volunteers to assist us in making this day amazing for all participants and patients. There are over 400 opportunities available leading up to the event, on the day of, and post-event. Shifts can range in time for a few hours or half of a day.  

If you have questions about volunteering please contact Brenda Hawkins at

Learn more about our volunteer experience and how you can make a difference in this event and our patients lives.  

For more information on cash and in-kind sponsorship opportunities, please contact Christine Albertson at

No, you don’t. While some volunteer positions require a pass, not all of them do; there are plenty of ways to help if you don’t have a pass and/or if you are not a skier.  This year it will be even easier to join us if you are not a skier.  Our Pink Vail Headquarters has moved to Golden Peak. Here you will find live music, kid’s zone, Pink Vail registration, merchandise and much more. 

We offer 30-60 minute trainings a couple weeks before Pink Vail to help get our volunteers familiar with their volunteer positions. Once you sign up for a shift and we have the training dates set you will be invited to join us. 

A few hours of your time is all we need to make Pink Vail spectacular. We will have shifts the day of Pink Vail, but also shifts are available before Pink Vail. So if you’d rather ski with your team that day then please help us out before Pink Vail. We have some fun thank you gifts for our volunteers this year. Our volunteer thank yous are distributed at the in-person trainings that happen in March.

Pink is always encouraged! As are costumes too! Most volunteers will be given an "Event Staff" bib to wear during your shift. Some shifts are inside a heated tent while others are outside where the weather can change quickly. Please keep in mind dressing in layers when you are planning your outfit for the day. 

Unfortunately parking is not provided. Paid parking is available at Lionshead & Vail Village. It will fill up fast since this year Pink Vail falls during spring break. Please plan ahead. You are encouraged to use free parking options and public transportation. REMEMBER Pink Vail is at Golden Peak this year, so the most convenient parking will be at Vail Village.

Yes a shuttle will be provided from Edwards to Pink Vail Headquarters at Golden Peak. The first shuttle will leave Shaw Cancer Center in Edwards at 8am. It will go directly to Golden Peak and drop you off at the event main area. The last shuttle leaving Golden Peak will be at 5:30pm. The shuttle will leave Shaw every hour on the hour (8a, 9a, 10a…) and then leave Golden Peak every hour on the half hour (12:30p, 1:30p, 2:30p…)

Children may volunteer with their parent. Contact Brenda Hawkins at to inquire about the best volunteer positions for children.

Plan ahead to arrive at your volunteer location by the start of your shift. Pink Vail is during spring break this year and it will be busy all over Vail Mountain. Pink Vail Headquarters is at Golden Peak so you need to give yourself some time to get over there if you are parking at Lionshead or riding a bus.

Yes, Vail Resorts will be providing some coffee and breakfast options in the morning before 9:30am. Lunch vouchers will be available to volunteers who are volunteering on March 16th only. Please check in at the volunteer check in area on 3/16 to receive your lunch voucher. If you are working a deck on 3/16, the lunch voucher will only be available at the deck. 

Additional questions can be addressed to Brenda Hawkins at

100% of Pink Vail donations and registration fees benefit all patients at Shaw Cancer Center through enhancements to patient care and patient programming. All Shaw patients, whether male or female, no matter their cancer diagnosis, have the opportunity to benefit from Pink Vail funds throughout their cancer treatment experience and beyond. These unique services can dramatically impact a patient’s quality of life, but are not typically covered by insurance.