Organizations We Support
- Corps Fitness - All-Inclusive Fitness Center: We aren't the traditional gym. Corps Fitness knows that in order to thrive in anything you have to be motivated and inspired. When you walk through our door you will be welcomed by instructors and a group of all abilities that epitomizes both and will provide you the encouragement needed to push yourself beyond your preconceived barriers. This is group fitness combined with personal training but taken a step higher.
- United Disability Services - Our mission is to provide personal care and support services for people with disabilities and the elderly that enhance their independence and enrich their lives.
- CAWES, Inc. (Capitol Area Women's Elite Squad) is a non-profit organization committed to promoting the participation of women in cycling both locally and nationally.
- The Gilmore | Henne Community Fund of the Berks County Community Foundation was founded by Wilson High School graduates and NFL players John Gilmore and Chad Henne. The organization provides grants to revitalize parks and recreational facilities in Berks County. In addition, the fund provides financial support for Berks County students who engage in scholastic sports, who maintain a respectable G.P.A, and who will continue their education at the collegiate level.
- Opportunity House is a multi-service organization improving the quality of life for children, families and adults who face various obstacles to independent living. With a primary goal to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency our services include the first 24-7 Learning Center in the State, emergency, transitional and permanent housing, and the Children’s Alliance Center (CAC) providing services to children who have been sexually abused.
- Acadia, Inc. - Acadia's post-acute community integrated rehabilitation programs are designed to assist the individual with a neurological impairment in dealing with issues of community living such as self care, activities of daily living (ADL's), communication, socialization, mobility, cognitive competency and vocational development. ACADIA is committed to the development and refinement of comprehensive, personalized community integrated programs. These programs are designed to enhance the ability of individuals with neurological impairments to expand their potential to live, work and function as independently as possible.
- Berks Youth in Action, a youth service group founded in 2010, began with 10 high school students from Wyomissing and Berks Catholic schools. Today, BYIA has 26 members and has expanded to include students from the Wilson School District.
- Telluride Adaptive Sports - TASP’s main activities include the adaptive ski program operating daily during the winter at the Telluride Ski Area and a mix of focused summer sports programs.
- Project Visability - promotes and advocates inclusive fitness at the highest, most visible level by working to provide jobs in the areas of health and fitness for those with physical challenges
- Cody Unser First Step Foundation - The Cody Unser First Step Foundation is a global not-for-profit organization dedicated to raising research funds, public awareness and quality of life for those afflicted with all forms of spinal cord-related paralysis. The Foundation will also address the cause, rehabilitation, prevention and cure for Transverse Myelitis, and freely affiliate with other medical, charitable and corporate entities to achieve these goals.
- Challenged Athletes Foundation - Raising money to help people with physical disabilities pursue an active lifestyle through physical fitness and competitive athletics.
- ABILITY Awareness is a non profit organization dedicated to building a world of inclusion for people with health conditions and disabilities. ABILITY Build is the hallmark program which engages volunteers with health conditions and disabilities in building accessible low-income homes. Usually in partenership with Habitat for Humanity.
- ABILITY Jobs is the largest stand-alone resume bank for people with disabilities. We help companies fulfill their affirmative action compliance requirements and are committed to expanding awareness about this job site to as many companies as possible.
- Survivor Harbor 7 - The Active Surviors Network developed Survivor Harbor 7 for survivors who run, walk or roll. While open to all, this race is the first of its kind with divisions for survivors to compete head-to-head. The hope is to encourage athletic achievement and promote greater levels of fitness and pride in the survivor community.