It’s time to get Challenged For Access!
GET ACTIVE, WIN BIG & SUPPORT A GREAT CAUSE!
WHAT IS THE CHALLENGE FOR ACCESS?
In this fun, virtual event YOU will be challenged to get active and reach a physical challenge goal throughout the month of May — All to make the world more accessible and inclusive of people with physical disabilities.
These “challenges” can be anything that get people moving and active. Examples include: ride your bike 100 miles or do 1 physical exercise per day — It’s up to you!
When you register for the event you can choose to…
- Join one of the challenges that already exists, or…
- Create your own challenge and recruit a team of people to join you!
CAN I WIN PRIZES?
Once you join the challenge and raise the minimum $50 you’ll receive a cool new Challenge For Access t-shirt! Also, thanks to our amazing sponsors, prizes will be awarded weekly for teams and individuals who hit certain fundraising goals!
WHEN IS IT?
Registration: The month of April (5th – 30th) will be a time for you to build your fundraising page, recruit your team or join a team and begin raising support for your challenge!
Challenge For Access event: During the month of May (1st – 31st) you will take on your challenge (run, ride, roll, etc.) all while continuing to raise support and win prizes!
WHY DOES IT MATTER?
Outdoor adventure and recreation is a really important part of being mentally, physically and emotionally healthy. We believe that everyone should have access to these opportunities!
Meet Courtney. Courtney had Cerebral Palsy (CP); a condition marked by impaired muscle coordination and/or other disabilites. Courtney has been unable to ride a bike because of difficulty balancing and limited range of motion — until she found out about Catalysts Sports!
“Catalysts sports helped me find an amazing community of helpful and kind people who taught me how to use an adaptive bike and connected me with Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) who just gave me a grant to get my own adaptive bike!! I am beyond thankful. Words cannot express my excitement.”
Did you know that 1 in 4 Americans have a disability and 1 in 7 have a disability that affects their mobility?
That’s WHY we need YOU now more than ever!