Wintergreen Adaptive Sports News & Events
Thanks to everyone who made a generous contribution during our annual Donovan Foundation Matching Campaign. Once again, thanks to all of you and to the generosity of our friends at the Donovan Foundation, Wintergreen Adaptive Sports has concluded another very successful campaign, raising well over $30,000.
We very much appreciate your gifts of any amount and at any time; for more information about the Donovan campaign or about how to send a contribution by check, make a secure online donation, donate appreciated stock, or register WAS as a recipient of your Kroger Community Rewards purchases, click here.
This fall, beginning on October 1, 2014 and running through mid-December, Wintergreen Adaptive Sports will be participating for the first time in the Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign (CVC), the annual giving effort in which state employees (including employees of state colleges and universities) promote and elect to give to selected charities, often through payroll deduction.
To select WAS as a beneficiary, use CVC code 00-7859.
For more information, or if you know a state or university department, agency, or office that would like to learn more about WAS, contact WAS executive director, Dave Shreve at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Wintergreen Adaptive Sports
Wintergreen Adaptive Sports is a Chapter of Disabled Sports USA and a Paralympic sports club. We offer adaptive instruction in alpine skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, and canoeing. Adaptive sports provide people living with disabilities individualized adaptations--to break down barriers and to support enhanced sporting achievement and enjoyment. Our mission is to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities through outdoor sports and recreation.
Wintergreen Resort is the headquarters for Wintergreen Adaptive Sports.
On January 5, 2014, in the Sunday edition of the Staunton News Leader, writer Nancy Sorrells offered an illuminating portrait of Wintergreen Adaptive Sports, with a special focus on one of our favorite instructors and race team members, Seth Whitten. Read Nancy's article here: http://www.newsleader.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2014301040025
Local PBS Idea Station featured WAS on the Charlottesville Inside Out program. The episode originally aired in February 2013. Watch online.