Help build inclusive sport communities.
Join the Ride & Walk
Sunday, September 12.
The Pennsylvania Center for Adapted Sports needs your help to empower athletes with disabilities.
The Ride and Walk benefit the Pennsylvania Center for Adapted Sports and the people with disabilities we serve.
The ride & walk is marked by community spirit, determination, and fun. Join us for a day of scenic routes, great food, and inspiring athletes. We'll unite in our mission to make sports and recreation possible for people with disabilities.
Your participation in the event will ensure that we can continue our mission to build inclusive communities that improve the health of people with disabilities through sport and wellness programs.
How To Get Involved
Participate in the event, fundraise, or both.
You have the options of registering to ride/walk, fundraise, or both! We also have a virtual option where you can participate in the ride wherever you are while fundraising before the event.
You can easily create your own fundraising campaign page on our platform. You'll use your personal Fundraising page to raise critical dollars to help people with disabilities lead healthy, active lives.
Ride or Walk
Invite your friends and family to get involved by supporting you.
Put on Your Cape Superhero
Your support is needed now more than ever.
Our Cinco De Mayo fundraising event was canceled in the spring of 2020 and 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
By joining the 2021 Ride & Walk - Fall Edition, you’ll ensure that we can maintain services as we return to in-person programming. It's never been more important to come together and support our community.
Can't make the ride?
You can still help make a big difference.
Create your personal fundraising page and reach out to friends and peers in support of our work and athletes with disabilities. It's easy and fun to do. You'll be helping people with disabilities be active and healthy.
Whatever you can do will make a big difference. Together we'll continue to grow inclusive communities where all abilities are valued.