Vermont Adaptive has opened its doors
But they still need our help
Vermont Adaptive is a nationally recognized organization that empowers people of all abilities through inclusive sports and recreational programming regardless of ability to pay.
In addition to sports, year-round programming options integrate environmental, holistic wellness, and competitive training philosophies for people of all ages with cognitive, developmental, physical, and emotional disabilities.
The new Vermont Adaptive Sports Facility is officially open! However, they still need about $250,000 to fully complete this very important project. Every dollar counts and is grately appreciated.
Frequently asked questions.
How Will My Donations Be Used?
Your donation will be used to support a variety of projects, all based on community needs. A percentage of annual donations may go to administrative costs, once our recipients have been awarded funds. Turtle Ridge Foundation is built on volunteers and low overhead costs.
What are some of the projects that have received grants from Turtle Ridge Foundation?
A few examples include the TRF MonoSki Project, Tamarack Tennis Camp Scholarship Fund, Vermont Adaptive Sports, BSSP (Bethlehem Skate Park Project), and Open Door Sports. Other general donations have supported a variety of youth and adaptive sports programs, TRF operations, development, research, fundraising, and planning.
How do you determine who gets funding?
With the exception of the Vermont Adaptive Facility, donations are received into a general fund. Our board reviews applications twice a year to determine the needs of our community and various programs.
WHO SUPPORTS TRF?
TRF receives support from a variety of individuals, businesses, and organizations in communities throughout the nation.
DO YOU NEED VOLUNTEERS?
TRF appreciates the help of our many volunteers throughout the year. If you are interested in volunteering your time or resources at TRF, please contact Kyla Miller, Chief Operating Director.