Mother + Daughter  Trip

 
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March 18-22 – Park City, Utah

This March, we'll be inviting 6 young girls and their moms to join us for our first mother + daughter retreat! This experience will bring together young girls who share similar physical differences, setting them up for a lifetime of belonging and connection.

By partnering with The National Ability Center, our girls will enjoy two 1/2 days of skiing with a private instructor, while moms enjoy spa services and participate in group workshops about raising confident young women. Together, the group will stay in a private home in Park City, Utah – a 30 minute shuttle from Salt Lake International Airport (arranged by SheLift). Meals will be prepared by a private chef three times a day, including a mother daughter cooking lesson one night.  

Moms will leave the retreat feeling knowledgable and equipped to help her daughter through the years ahead. Similarly, girls will leave confident, empowered and ready for life's adventures with their new found family. 

 

Included


  • Lodging
  • 3 meals daily prepared by private chef
  • Two 1/2 ski days for daughter
  • 1 Spa service for mom
  • Crafts
  • Bowling night
  • Nightly games, crafts and activities
  • Roundtrip airport transportation
  • Cooking class for group
  • Workshops
  • Photos and video documentation to last a lifetime
  • MAJOR SWAG!

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Price: $2,500 per person

It is a critical part of our mission not to exclude anyone from this opportunity due to financial restrictions. We work very hard to gather funds necessary to ensure inclusion of all girls in our program. The cost of attending a SheLift retreat is available on a sliding fee scale. To apply please provide the information below. 

 

Support the Retreat

We are currently fundraising for 2018 retreat scholarships. Your generous contribution to SheLift between now and the end of 2017 will help facilitate financial assistance for SheLift applicants. Not amount is too little. Thank you for your support.