5 Non-Profits for Disabilities
At Q’Straint, we support organizations that work to make a difference in the lives of people affected by disabilities. These are just a few of the great organizations making a difference around the world.
ADAPTIVE SPORTS FOUNDATION
“The Adaptive Sports Foundation (ASF) is a non-profit organization that provides profound and life changing experiences for children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities and chronic illnesses through outdoor physical activity, education, support and community.”
THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES
“The American Association of People with Disabilities is one of the nation’s largest disability rights organizations. Promoting equal opportunity, economic power, independent living and political participation for people with disabilities.”
The American Association of People with Disabilities
The 2016 Leadership Awards Gala will be held on March 23, 2016 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC.
MOBILITY INTERNATIONAL USA
“Founded in 1981, Mobility International USA (MIUSA) is a disability-led non-profit organization headquartered in Eugene, Oregon, USA working to advance the rights of people with disabilities globally. By implementing innovative programs, we are building bridges to create a new era where people with disabilities will take their rightful place in the world community. MIUSA is a cross-disability organization serving people with a broad range of disabilities.”
“PATH Intl. was founded in 1969 as the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association (NARHA) to promote safe and effective therapeutic horseback riding throughout the United States and Canada. Today, PATH Intl. has more than 850 member centers and nearly 7,600 individual members in countries all over the world, who help and support more than 54,000 men, women and children with special needs each year through a variety of equine-assisted activities and therapies programs.”
UNITED SPINAL ASSOCIATION
“United Spinal Association is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of all people living with spinal cord injuries and disorders (SCI/D), including veterans, and providing support and information to loved ones, care providers and professionals.”
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