IM ABLE BASH 2014


March 15, 2014 we held our 1st ever BASH at the Reading Museum in Wyomissing, PA. We honored our 1st Motivator of the Year Bill Wellock who embodies the true spirit of the IM ABLE Mission and serves as a positive example of what CAN be accomplished despite a disability. We hosted over 300 supporters … Continue reading IM ABLE BASH 2014

IM ABLE PERSON-OF THE YEAR BASH


IM ABLE Foundation “Motivator of the Year” Sponsorship Opportunities

Make The Difference — Sponsor $10,000
• 10 tickets for the Event
• Audio recognition of company name by emcee during Event
• Company name and logo on IM Able Foundation websites with click-through to
company site
• Company name mentioned in all social media promotion by
IM Able Foundation
• Company logo in Event program
• Company logo included in event slide presentation
• Company name mentioned in all press releases

Be The Change — Sponsor $5,000
• Six tickets for the Event
• Audio recognition of company name by emcee during Event
• Company name and logo on IM ABLE Foundation website with click-through to
company site
• Company logo in Event program

Champion The Cause — Sponsor $2,500
• Four tickets for the Event
• Company logo included in event slide presentation
• Company logo in program
• Company name on IM Able Foundation website

IM ABLE Supporter — Sponsor $1,500
• Four tickets for the Event
• Company logo in program

Bill’s Fans – Sponsor $750
• Two tickets for the Event
• Listing in Program

IM ABLE CYCLING TEAM


In 2012 IM ABLE assembled our cycling team to help in our advocacy efforts and to spread the word about the IM ABLE Foundation and our mission. Our team began with 11 riders and concentrated on the Mid Atlantic Super Series, a mountain bike race series based in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey. In … Continue reading IM ABLE CYCLING TEAM

IM ABLE Bash


THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO HELPED US SELL OUT OUR FIRST MOTIVATOR OF THE YEAR BASH!  For those who didn’t get tickets see you in 2015!   Bill Wellock—IM ABLE Motivator of the YEAR. In July 2012, Carpenter Technology employee Bill Wellock experienced a traumatic, life-altering accident while doing what he loved most – cycling. … Continue reading IM ABLE Bash

REDEFINING THE LIMITS OF FITNESS


FB JULY 2013. p 28.29 CORPS FITNESS, an inclusive fitness facility in Wyomissing, was established in 2004 by disabled Marine Corps Sergeant, Chris Kaag, with the goal of empowering and inspiring people of all abilities to do more than they thought they could.

Disability Advocacy


                    Get out in the community and show people of all abilities the potential to lead an active lifestyle. Disabled and able-bodied, we all have challenges but it is the goal of the IM ABLE Foundation to demonstrate it doesn’t have to be a limiting factor. Founder Chris … Continue reading Disability Advocacy

Inclusive Fitness


The concept of the IM Able Inclusive Fitness program come for the experiences of Chris Kaag the founder of the foundation and his work with people of disabilities. Many people with different disabilities will go into a fitness facility only to be faced with operators that do not have experience with people with different abilities.  … Continue reading Inclusive Fitness

Adaptive Equipment Grants


IM ABLE Grants are awarded to disabled individuals and supporting organizations and provide hand-cycles, adaptive skis and instructional training programs for those in need. Our purpose is to unleash the potential in physically challenged children and adults to be more active, enjoy the benefits of physical fitness, and spend more time in the great outdoors. Types … Continue reading Adaptive Equipment Grants

Inspiration


In 1997, Chris was an active twenty-one-year-old U.S. Marine when he was presented with the “defining moment” of his life. He was diagnosed with AMN (adrenomyeloneuropathy), a degenerative nerve condition that would eventually affect his ability to walk. After Chris’ diagnosis, he had a decision to make: give up and let his condition control his … Continue reading Inspiration