Level Field Fund

OrthoLite is committed to helping athletes achieve their Olympic dreams. OrthoLite is a founding partner of the Level Field Fund, established in 2010 as a program of the Ross Powers Foundation. The organization believes that the opportunity to pursue excellence in sports should not be limited by an athlete’s financial situation.

OrthoLite has made an incredible impact on helping talented athletes reach the highest level in their sport since their partnership with Level Field Fund began in 2010 by giving nearly 200 grants to more than 100 athletes totaling more than $350,000.

“From the age of nine, I knew I wanted to be a competitive snowboarder. But I was unsure how I would make this dream come true with my family’s limited resources. Thanks to the generous support of others, I was given the opportunity to realize my potential and achieve success even beyond my dreams. My foundation has worked to provide grants to talented athletes with financial need, and with OrthoLite’s tremendous support, we are proudly expanding our efforts through the Level Field Fund.” Ross Powers, Gold Medalist and Founder, Level Field Fund

For every pair of OrthoLite Fusion insoles purchased, OrthoLite will donate $1 to the Level Field Fund



With the shared goal of providing an insole product that gives trail runners the comfort and durability they need on all types of terrain, OrthoLite recently signed on as the official insole of the American Trail Running Association (ATRA).

Some of ATRA’s programs include a comprehensive online calendar of national and international trail and mountain running events, a quarterly newsletter entitled Trail Times, e-blasts throughout the year announcing special events and products, and surveys which help ATRA gather demographic information on our sport.

“We are thrilled to announce OrthoLite’s corporate sponsorship. OrthoLite has been a dedicated partner of ATRA for three years and this new level of involvement is greatly appreciated by our board of directors and will enable ATRA to further develop programs for our membership.” Nancy Hobbs, Executive Director, American Trail Running Association