TAASC CONNECTS INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES, THEIR FAMILIES, VOLUNTEERS AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS THROUGH A LIFETIME OF ADVENTURE SPORTS
TAASC's 15th Annual Winter Sports Challenge is at Snow Trails on February 1, 2014! You can be a part of this event and support the many programs of TAASC by making your donation.
TAASC is powered by a 100% volunteer force of energetic, caring and competent people - over 300 volunteers strong! They create an atmosphere of optimism and willingness that sets the stage for success for people with a physical, cognitive or sensory disability.
TAASC is 100% privately funded by our family of donors and supporters who make an investment in year round adventure sports opportunities for people of all abilities.
As TAASC continues to grow serving over 300 people with a disability each year. Wwe invite and value your support and participation as an athlete or a volunteer or as one more ambassador spreading the word about TAASC.
Suggested contribution level are listed but any amount is sincerely appreciated. For larger donations or to discuss sponsorships, in-kind donations or other needs, please contact TAASC at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please read what people have to say about TAASC below, then make a generous contribution. Your support gives people with disabilities chances they never imagined! Thank you so much!
"TAASC gave me my life back" according to an athlete who found TAASC and new way of participating in sports just 6 months after a spinal cord injury. He is now a ski and kayak instructor and continues as an avid sportsman.
Another family shared this story about their young son. "Last year we met an incredible woman who turned our life with Spina Bifida upside down in the best way possible. In a world where parents just survive their situation, she stepped in and, in her amazingly simple ways, opened our eyes to the dream we have always had for our son. After two runs on the beginner hill, he went right up on the chair lift with his volunteer, without us, without a single worry."