You to can help support the Ability Project by:
Recreation Sports and Recreation
Sports and Outdoors Assistive Recreation (SOAR) - helping to locate recreational opportunities for all abilities in Wyoming.
Therapeutic Recreation UK - offers staff training and development, crisis intervention strategies, and adventure education outings
Mesa Association of Sports for the Disabled - non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to providing sports and recreation opportunities to people with disabilities.
Cruisers Sports Club for the Disabled of Halton Peel - non-profit organization providing disabled youth with a recreation program offering sledge hockey and track and field.
Alberta Amputee Sport and Recreation Association - To support and provide opportunity for amputees in recreation and sporting activities, in both disabled and able bodied events. Based in Calgary Canada.
National Capital Sports Council of the Disabled (NCSCD) - resource for disabled sports in the Ottawa-Carleton region.
Burlington Disabled Sports Association (BDSA) - non-profit organization dedicated to bettering the lives of disabled youth by facilitating their participation in athletics.
Singapore Sports Council for the Disabled - suuports programs and competitions for wheelchair tennis and basketbal, swimming, water skiing, and track and field.
Angling Link - formed by disabled anglers for disabled anglers and their carers.
Jubilee Sailing Trust - bringing together able-bodied and physically disabled people throught the medium of tall ship sailing and building.
Manderson Trust - provides a safe environment for disabled anglers to fish free of charge.
Therapeutic Recreation UK - offers staff training and development, crisis intervention strategies, and adventure education outings.