Frequently Asked Questions
Which disability population do you serve?
VCH Adaptive sports primarily serves children and young adults with a physical disability.
How much does it cost to register for your programs?
All of our programs are free to our participants and families.
Can siblings and family members attend and participate?
We love when siblings and families participate in our programs! However, the extent of their participation wil be limited for certain events and activities.
How old do you need to be to participate in your programs?
We have participants as young as two years old! We serve youth ages 2-21. After 21, young adults have an opportunity to participate as mentors or coaches for our program.
Do I have to own any adaptive equipment to participate?
Not at all. We provide all equipment to participate in our clinics and teams. If a child is really interested in a particular sport, there is an opportunity to apply for grants and scholarships to obtain equipment.
I don’t have a disability. Can I still participate?
We primarily serve children and young adults with a physical disability. However, you can volunteer for our many programs and events.
I want to volunteer. How can I get involved?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on volunteer opportunities.
How do you fund your programs?
All of our programs and events are funded by generous donations from our community members as well as grants and fundraisers. Our big fundraiser, Evening of Possibility is held in the spring to help fund many of our programs and events.
I want to donate. Who can I make a check out to?
Donations can be made online and by check. Learn more about donating to Adaptive Sports here.