Ski-Doo
Snow PASS

Protect. Access. Sustain. Support.

BRP’s heritage in supporting snowmobiling dates back to the first groomed trail systems with the original SnoPlan. The Snow PASS Program continues in that spirit by supporting the grassroots organizations that make it all happen.

 

More than $300,000 in Year Two

The Ski-Doo Snow P.A.S.S. program is once again proud to partner with the hardworking clubs and volunteers that make our sport go. This year, Ski-Doo and it's amazing dealer network will be donating over $300,000 to more than 60 clubs accross North America.

In 2 years, the Ski-Doo Snow P.A.S.S. program with the support from the Ski-Doo dealer network, has contributed more than $900,000 CAD to help clubs with access issues, build and maintain trails and protect the riding playgrounds we all enjoy every season. But funding is only part of the battle - A huge THANK YOU to all the volunteers who selflessly donate their time so we can share our passion together.

 

Your Organization

Who can participate in Snow PASS?

Funds are available for national, provincial, state and local organizations throughout North America. Any organization submitting an application must be a non-profit or government organization.

Your Project

Building a Stronger Snowmobile Community

Eligible projects may include

  • Protecting or increasing access to playgrounds
  • Making snowmobiling more accessible
  • Helping clubs reinvent themselves
  • Trail development
  • Safety Initiatives

Matching Funds

Grants Up to $5,000 USD Available to Help Your Cause

Ski-Doo and it's dealer network will provide a matched grant of up to $5,000 USD to fund a variety of projects. There must be matching funds of at least the same amount as requested from other sources.

Thanks for your Submissions

We're currently evaluating 2022-23 projects for funding

While the submission deadline for this season has passed, it's never too early to start planning for next season. Get your submission for winter 2023-24 ready to go and make sure to come back next summer to submit it. Have a great winter.

Frequently Asked Questions

A variety of factors are taken into account when selecting which projects receive funding, including type of project, scale, location, number of people impacted and more.

If a grant is approved, 80% of the funds will be sent in advance. The remaining 20% will be sent when the organization sends in a wrap up report that includes any photos, video, documents or publicity obtained while executing the project.

The organization needs to promote their project within the appropriate community to raise awareness (social media, local news outlets, email lists, etc.)

Yes! If you'd like to submit trail maps for addition to the BRP GO! App for mapping and GPS purposes, please send an email to Stephanie.Trudel@brp.com. Note, this is not required to participate in the Snow PASS grant program.

Join us in taking The Pledge

Help us protect our winter playgrounds and trails.