The Outdoors for All Foundation is a Seattle-based nonprofit organization that provides year-round instruction in outdoor recreation for people with physical, developmental and/or sensory disabilities.

Snowboarding, alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing are among the wintertime activities sponsored and conducted by Outdoors for All, which trains and instructs more than 2,000 disabled adults and children annually.

However, it takes more than their 600 volunteers to get the job done.

So as part of their fundraising process, Outdoors for All conducts an annual Spree at the Summit at Snoqualmie's Alpental resort.

This year's Spree, which is No. 12 in the series, will be held Sunday, March 15, and will have the usual suspects involved. There will be demos available from Atomic, Fischer, K2, Burton, Bonfire, Salomon, and Rossignol. There will food, music (courtesy of tribute bands Soul Stripper and 2112), prizes, and other goodies for attendees.

The cost of getting involved in the Spree is $79, and that also gets you a continental breakfast, lunch from Red Robin, a lift ticket, T-shirt, and an après party featuring Pyramid brewery products along with aforementioned music show and demo gear.

You also can sponsor a race team or simply donate much-needed cash to Outdoors for All.