AquAbility is thrilled to once again be working with students from Idaho School for the Deaf and Blind in our school year program at Miracle Hot Springs. Our first day was wonderful!
AquAbility was selected as a finalist and received a grant at the 2017 Molina Community Champions Award event. It is wonderful to be recognized by our community in the Boise area.
Chipotle Mexican Grill at The Village in Meridian is holding a fundraiser for us this coming Saturday, September 9th, from 11:30am to 8:30pm.
Just show up for lunch or dinner (or both!), say you are there for AquAbility, and they will donate 50% of the profits during the time period.
We appreciate your support and hope to see you there!
CHANGE 4 CHANGE DONATE at Boise Co-op
AquAbility has been chosen as a recipient for the Boise Co-op’s Change for Change program during July, August and September.
Shop at the Co-op and bring your own shopping bags – then donate the 10¢ to AquAbility.
Let others know about this opportunity for AquAbility to raise some funds – tell friends, share on facebook, choose to shop at the Co-op!
Thank you for your support!
AquAbility enjoyed a second paddle board clinic of the summer on a 103 degree day thanks to a grant from Warfighter Sports and DSUSA and a special thanks to Idaho River Sports.
A great time was had by all!
KTVB featured AquAbility on Seven’s Heros! Click Here to read the full article on their website.
AquAbility thanks DSUSA for their “I CAN DO ANYTHING” grant for the 2016-17 school year. Funds were used for scholarships that helped 6 children participate in weekly therapeutic aquatic sessions over the past school year. Support like this helps build independence, confidence, self-esteem, and the children learn aquatic and safety skills for life. Thanks DSUSA!