Oregon Adaptive Sports is working to empower people of all abilities to fully engage in the outdoors and to live an active, healthy, and thriving life. Access to the outdoors includes many barriers for the approximately 1 in 5 individuals living with a disability. Adaptive sports equipment is prohibitively expensive for most, accessible transportation does not reach trailheads or open spaces, hours of training are required to facilitate safe and effective programs.
With charitable donations, OAS helps break down these barriers and continue to provide life-changing experiences for individuals with disabilities. In 2017, OAS served more individuals, in more activities, in more locations than ever before. They reached over 400 individuals with a disability through top-quality programs from the slopes of Mt Bachelor and Hoodoo to the waters of Hosmer Lake and the cliffs of Smith Rock State Park. To donate click HERE or click the links below.