Angel City Sports
Angel City Sports began in June 2013 when Clayton and Ezra Frech were on the track at the Endeavor Games in Oklahoma City and asked the question, “Why do we need to come to tornado alley to run, jump, and throw things? Why aren’t there more programs in Southern California?”
Makapo Aquatics Project
The Makapo Aquatics Project was originally a team of five blind men gathered together by John Chavez. It was John’s dream to field a team of all blind paddlers to compete in the 18-mile Queen Liliu’okalani Outrigger Canoe race in Kona, HI. Being the largest race in the world, it would be a showcase of what blind people could accomplish despite their disability.
Challenged Athletes Foundation
It is the mission of the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) to provide opportunities and support to people with physical challenges, so they can pursue active lifestyles through physical fitness and competitive athletics. The Challenged Athletes Foundation believes that involvement in sports at any level increases self-esteem, encourages independence and enhances quality of life.
USTA - Adaptive Tennis Program
Everyone can play the sport of tennis, with the appropriate equipment. People of any age, environment, condition or ability are invited to enjoy the game. We have everything you need to develop or grow your program, including grants, program curricula, scholarships, coaching opportunities and much more.
Rancho Los Amigos Foundation
Developed in 1987, the Rancho/Las Floristas Wheelchair Sports Program provides Rancho patients with the opportunity to participate in success-oriented, competitive wheelchair sports activities. With sports and activities geared to patients of all degrees of disabilities, the program reaches out to athletes with varying levels of disabling illnesses and injuries.
ASRA San Diego
Adaptive Sports & Recreation Association’s mission is to provide sports and recreation activities for children and adults with physical disabilities to ensure opportunities equal to their peers. ASRA offers competitive league sports, recreational team sports, instructional camps, sports clinics, and other adaptive activities based on need and interest.
LA Kings Sled Hockey
LA Kings Sled Hockey, in conjunction with the LA Kings, provides physically disabled youth and adults all throughout Southern California, the opportunity to play in a USA Hockey recognized hockey program. Sled hockey participants discover that piloting a sled is fun and a great form of exercise. It increases strength and abdominal muscles. Players will find they enjoy greater physical fitness, opportunities to compete internationally, socialization, team camaraderie, new friendships and a lot of fun.