Winter Park Resort’s pet passes raise money for Grand County Pet Pals |

Winter Park Resort’s pet passes raise money for Grand County Pet Pals

Two pups sporting Winter Park Resort's new pet passes in support of Grand County Pet Pals.
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Winter Park Resort is offering souvenir ski passes for pets this winter to help raise money for Grand County Pet Pals. Pet owners can get a custom pass card complete with the animal’s photo, name, and phone numbers for the owner and Grand County Animal Shelter.

Minimum donations are $5 and 100 percent of the proceeds go to Grand County Pet Pals, a local non-profit organization associated with the Grand County Animal Shelter that raises funds to help cover pet related costs such as veterinary care and spay/neutering services.

Winter Park Resort has raised almost $300 since beginning the program less than a month ago.

Pet owners can send in a photo of their animal to, or bring in their pet to the Winter park Resort Pass Office.

Pet passes do not grant lift access.

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