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!
We are so excited to announce our new community partnership with AquAbility and Pi Kappa Phi. Through Pi Kappa Phi’s great philanthropy, The Ability Experience, their mission is to use shared experiences to support people with disabilities and develop the men of Pi Kappa Phi into servant leaders. With their love of helping others and our mission of developing independence and ability, enhancing health and fitness, increasing self-esteem, and improving quality of life for children, adults and veterans with disabilities, we see a very bright future for both of our organizations.
Come check out a new local restaurant and help support AquAbility!
Located on 8th street across from Bittercreek, the new restaurant Eureka! will be donating 20% of your bill (not counting alcohol sales) to AquAbility. This offer lasts the entire day of Wednesday, November 16th, and all you have to do is mention the event to your server (or print out and show them a copy of this flyer) and they’ll take care of the rest. This is a great opportunity to check out a delicious new restaurant and help support our program at no extra cost to you. Hope to see you there!
Designed to recognize a person, family or organization who could use a helping hand, this program brings attention to noteworthy causes and also provides them with cash donations. To date, the program has given $45,000 and counting to deserving causes.
For more information on the recognition of Karen Morrison and AquAbility, please click the link to KBOI’s news story and video.