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Didn't get into SOS Triathlon 2024? You still can join us via charity spot!

We are excited to announce that we've partnered with three amazing charity organizations! Although main registration is closed, by donating at least $500 to any of the three charities listed below, you will be given an opportunity to register for SOS 2024 this September 8th.

Below you'll find information on all three different charity organizations. If interested, please reach out to and we'll connect you to the charity of your choice. Once the donation is confirmed you will then be given a link to register for SOS 2024. Keep in mind, your donation goes straight to the charity organization and does not include the race entry fee. Athletes will still need to qualify for the SOS, as always. 


The SOS partners with the Mohonk Preserve by offering charity spots for the race. Why?  Not just because the race course travels over its beautiful carriage roads and winds its way around their stunning vistas – but also because the Preserve is committed to inspiring people to care for, enjoy, and explore their natural world.  With your help we can lend a hand and help support this worthy organization.

To learn more, contact Stephanie Smallman at the Mohonk Preserve.

845-255-0919 or email her at:


Casey Skudin was a serving member of the Fire Department of New York City, as well as a surf lifeguard for over 20 years. Casey was also a member of the SOS community, who  completed the SOS Triathlon in 2019. Casey's life was cut short in a tragic accident while on vacation with his family on fathers day. His wife, Angela, has since made it her mission to help others in Casey's memory. 

The Casey Skudin 343 Fund, a 501c3 non-profit, is committed to providing First Responders with access to holistic and alternative treatment modalities for the purpose of healing traumas, and related mental health challenges, that arise with a career of public service on the front line. 


To learn more, please visit 

Any additional questions, please reach out to Jill Brodsky

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The Maya Gold Foundation was created in response to the tragic death of 15-year old Maya Gold, a New Paltz High School student who took her own life in October of 2015. In addition to being a loving daughter, sister, and friend, Maya was a social activist, an inspired student, and creatively engaged with the world. She loved to travel and dreamed of working in Nepal to reduce sexual trafficking.  In Maya’s honor, the Foundation collaborates with communities in and around New Paltz and in Nepal.

The mission of the Maya Gold Foundation is to, “empower youth to access their inner wisdom and realize their dreams”.

The Foundation is a registered 501 (c) (3) charity, and all donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. 

Click here to donate.

To learn more, please visit the Maya Gold Foundation’s website or follow on most social media platforms. 

For any questions, reach out to Maya’s parents, Elise and Mathew at:

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