We acknowledge and condemn the racism and ignorance that has affected the black community for generations. The IM ABLE community stands, walks, kneels, and rolls with you, outraged by case after case of people failing to see one another as human beings.

We are listening, open to the change that will allow the future to be one where everyone is celebrated and respected. The IM ABLE Foundation was founded on the principles of inclusion and equality. We commit to examine our practices to make sure we’re doing our best. We want to hear from you. What can we do better or differently? info@imablefoundation.org. #blacklivesmatter #BLM

Party with a Purpose: July 30, 2020


 
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“In 1997, I was an active twenty-one-year-old U.S. Marine when I was presented with a ‘defining moment’ in my life. I was diagnosed with AMN (adrenomyeloneuropathy), a degenerative nerve condition that eventually took my ability to walk. After receiving my diagnosis I had to make a decision: I could either give up and let my condition control my life or I could dig deep and push on. I chose the latter. My choice to view my disability as a personal stepping-stone and not as a crutch has given me opportunities I never thought possible.

I hope that my story will motivate others, disabled and ablebodied, to redefine the way they view their own personal challenges. We all have obstacles, but it is how we respond that makes us who we are.”

Chris Kaag, Founder, IM ABLE Foundation

The IM ABLE Foundation’s work of helping those who can benefit from our programs continues to reach further and further into the community. If you would like to get involved, we would love to have your support. Involvement includes volunteering, making a charitable donation, organizing a fundraiser or becoming a partner through sponsorship. Whatever you can do, your contribution will help tremendously.

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No excuses, Just move!

The mission of the IM ABLE Foundation is to remove obstacles that prevent people with physical, cognitive, and/or behavioral challenges from being physically active. We are a community changing attitudes by redefining what is possible.

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Handcycles

A single handcycle can cost anywhere from $1,200 to $10,000.

Mono Skis

On average, a mono ski will cost around $3,600.

Basketball Chairs

The cost of a basketball chair ranges from $1,500 to $5,000.

Adaptive Fitness Equipment

The foundation has granted more than 100+ pieces of adaptive fitness equipment since IM ABLE’s inception in 2007.