Many people wonder how a visually impaired girl from Brooklyn, NY, who at birth, was not even supposed to live through the night, becomes one of the best visually impaired ski racers in the world and an undergraduate at Harvard University. Welcome to, where you can keep up to date with Caitlin’s amazing story.

Caitlin Sarubbi - United States Adaptive Ski TeamSupport Caitlin

Currently, Caitlin does not have a corporate sponsor, and being a visually impaired ski racing is a great financial burden for her family.

Being a visually impaired ski racer requires more financially, because the adaptive equipment for a VI racer is a guide.  Caitlin is responsible for providing equipment, travel fees, race fees, training fees etc for not only herself, but her guide as well.  In the 2010 Paralympics, Caitlin was also required to pay her guide a salary on top of that, which led to a total budget for the 2009-10 season of $106,000.00.  Going forward for the 2014 Games, Caitlin’s sister Jamie has graciously volunteered to be Caitlin’s guide in order to defer some of the cost, as she is not requesting a salary.

If you would like to support Caitlin anD her sister’s quest to the 2014 Paralympic Games as a corporate sponsor., please contact Caitlin through the “Contact Us” tab. Or send an email to Caitlin Sarubbi:

If you would like to make a secure donation to Caitlin’s cause, please follow the link below.

All donations are tax deductible. Tax information found on the linked page.

Caitlin and her family very much appreciate your support of her goal of representing her country at the 2014 Paralympic Games.