Polaris Donates Over $100,000 Via 2023 Fall Trail Grants

Polaris donated up to $10,000 to 11 different organizations.

Polaris gives away $10,000 to 25 different off-road nonprofit organizations per year.Polaris

Polaris has announced the list of recipients for the 2023 Fall Trail Grants, which is a program that donates up to $10,000 to 25 different organizations per year. Grants are given twice annually, with one round in the spring and one in the fall. Below are the 11 recipients of Polaris’ Fall Trail Grants.

  • Grand Lake Trail Grooming Inc. (Grand Lake, Colorado)
  • Lexington Highlanders Snowmobile Club (Lexington Township, Maine)
  • Mollyockett Sportsman’s Club (West Paris, Maine)
  • Alborn Sno-Devils Inc. (Alborn, Minnesota)
  • Woodtick Wheelers ATV/OHM Club (Hackensack, Minnesota)
  • Lutsen TrailBreakers Snowmobile Club (Lutsen, Minnesota)
  • EC Riders Snowmobile Club Inc. (Mora, Minnesota)
  • Great North Woods Riders ATV Club (Pittsburg, New Hampshire)
  • Sno-Bees Snowmobile Club Inc. (Barre, Vermont)
  • Sno-Eagles Inc. (Eagle River, Wisconsin)
  • Thompson Valley ORV Club (Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada)

Since the introduction of the program in 2006, Polaris has given more than $3.3 million in donations. The grants are given to nonprofits who can use the supplies for trail maintenance, trail development, safety training, and emergency supplies. For a full list of 2023 recipients or to apply for a 2024 grant, head to polaris.com/en-us/trails-application.

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