When they’re not hitting the slopes, the SnowBomb crew is hard at work organizing adventure packages and producing downhill events. Their goal is simply to help people ski and snowboard more often. They do this by assembling membership packages to supply snow riders with lift tickets, lodging, and equipment tune-ups. In addition, they hook them up with equipment-rental packages at resorts and shops in California, which are more accessible to skiers than shops located on the moon.
To show their commitment to their community, SnowBomb has helped put together the Lil' Air festival for children 12 and younger, the Sick and Twisted Big Air tour, and the Rahives Banzai tour. In 2011, SnowBomb raised more than $10,000 for the High Fives Foundation, which helps to support the rehabilitation of injured skiers and snowboarders.