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2021 Chill Ambassadors

We couldn’t be more stoked to introduce our 2021 Chill Ambassadors, Chris Colbourn, Lizzie Armanto, Brolin Mawejje, Ben Ferguson, and Maria Thomsen! As Ambassadors, they collectively bring an incredible amount

Chill History

1995: • Jake and Donna began The Burton Foundation in 1995 in Burlington at Bolton Valley • The program becomes more structured and runs with about 10 local groups at

Looking Forward

At Chill, our mantra is “next time”; always looking forward, always progressing towards our organizational goals and mission fulfillment. This positive orientation has served Chill well in the past twelve

Youth Mental Health First-Aid

Content Warning: The following post discusses mental health crisis, including suicide, which may be triggering for some people. If you are in the United States and are having thoughts of suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

National Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month

This Thursday, October 15, marks the end of National Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month, and we wanted to finish it out by taking a look back at the history and importance of

National Coming Out Day

Today, October 11, is National Coming Out Day. Although it’s not a well-known holiday for some, National Coming Out Day is an important day for many members and allies of

“Now We Act” Follow-Up

This post is a follow-up to our Now We Act post from June 12, 2020. As a positive youth development organization, it is imperative that our work, and our board

Programs During a Pandemic

By Bailey Monty, Burlington Program Coordinator Admittedly, I was apprehensive at first. How could we safely return to our programs? How could we provide a meaningful and impactful experience for

Chill Turns 25!

It’s hard to believe it’s been 25 years since the very first Chill participants hit the slopes. Since then, we’re proud to have grown from one boardsport to four and

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