Oregon Adaptive Sports Programming & Updates

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BUY A SHIRT TO SUPPORT OAS!

We believe that outdoor recreation is for everyone. Oregon Adaptive Sports (OAS) continues to work to break down barriers to the outdoors, and we need your support!

Thanks to the folks at Bonfire, proceeds (profit past the cost of production) of all sales of this shirt will go to OAS! 

Logistics: Shirts are available in adult and youth sizes, different styles and colors and they ship to you! Shirts are on sale until July 21.

Buy shirt(s) here!

PROGRAMS

We are excited to be offering THREE programming options!

PRIVATE LESSONS

OAS has begun to slowly phase in limited private hiking and cycling lessons. These experiences will be at no cost to athletes. Individuals must meet Essential Eligibility Criteria. Please see our latest programming update for more information. Register by emailing or calling 541-306-4774.

LEARN MORE + REGISTER

GEAR UP AND GO!

Gear Up and Go! is an equipment loan program designed to keep you rolling all summer long! Equipment loans include select on-road hand cycles and recumbents as well as SUPs or straddle boards. This program as of now is for individuals who have worked with OAS previously and are in Central Oregon. 

REQUEST EQUIPMENT

THRIVE GUIDE

Filled with online resources and activities to help you thrive at home. Check it out for events, resources and activities for you to #adaptathome!

Now that we have resumed doing in-person programming, posts will be weekly or bi-weekly.

Reach out if you have any input!

CHECK OUT THE THRIVE GUIDE

VOLUNTEERS

We LOVE our volunteers! Unfortunately, at this time due to COVID-19 challenges, we are not utilizing any volunteers in our programs. We will update you as soon as we know more or anything changes.

We are also not accepting any volunteer registrations. We look forward to being able to do so again hopefully someday soon! Thanks for understanding.

WINTER VOLUNTEER PRIZES

We will be hosting some office hours next week for those who won backpacks this winter (based on hourly commitment) to come pick them up at the office! Keep an eye out for that email and thanks to everyone who made this winter AWESOME!

COMMUNITY SUPPORT

We are still working hard to ensure that individuals with disabilities have access to the outdoors and to a healthy and thriving life. If you are able, here are some ways to support our work right now.

  1. DONATE

Donations of any amount are so greatly appreciated always, and especially during this time. If you are able to give at any level, this is the best way to support access to the benefits of outdoor recreation for everyone. 

DONATE NOW

  1. JOIN THE FUNDRAISING BY THE BARREL WINE CLUB

This isn’t your average wine club. The local bar gurus and all around amazing people at Twist Cocktail Catering Co. created this wine club to highlight their favorite wines and give back to the community during this crisis. Fifty percent of the proceeds for the entire length of membership can go to OAS!

JOIN THE WINE CLUB

  1. SHOP VIA AMAZON SMILE

Can’t leave the house? Order something to your home and make sure to do it on smile.amazon.com with OAS set as your charity of choice! Even better, you can download a chrome plugin so the next time that you go to shop on your computer, it will automatically redirect you.

SHOP AMAZON SMILE

  1. SHOP AT FRED MEYER’S

Groceries are an essential item, so before the next time you stock up, go ahead and set up OAS as your charity and for every purchase at Fred Meyer, OAS gets a portion of the proceeds.

  1. FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA

If you don’t already, one way you can show your support for us is on Facebook/Instagram! Like us, follow us, share it with your friends — the more folks with inclusive recreation in their timelines the better.

FACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM

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