Your gift today gives children with disabilities the opportunity to thrive. We create accessible spaces, provide essential sports and life skills programming, and work tirelessly to give kids a place to belong.

 

2 Ways To Give

  • One-Time Gift

    Help us reach our full potential so they can reach theirs.
    Fund equipment, resources, and training to create accessible spaces and opportunities.

    Donate

  • Donate Monthly

    Be part of a community providing children with continuous support to access life-changing programming.

    Donate Monthly

There’s a direct link between your support and a child’s development.

See how far your contribution can go.

  • Fund more summer camp spaces and take kids off the waiting list.

  • Purchase needed equipment to make sports facilities accessible.

  • Create space for a child missing out on after-school programming.

Together, we can create a world without barriers through inclusive programming.For every child. In every community across Ontario.

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  • $150

    WILL SUBSIDIZE A CHILD FOR ONE YEAR

  • $300

    FOR A LIFE-CHANGING WEEK AT CAMP

  • $525

    FOR 1 WEEK OF CAMP WITH 1:1 SUPPORT

Whether it’s a personal donation, corporate sponsorship, or government funded program, we know it’s crucially important that your donation is used effectively.

Our Financials

Join the movement.

Help spread the word about inclusive programming and how people can connect with what we do for children with disabilities.

Be An Advocate

Raise your voice. We need parents and families to share their stories to support those who need it most.

Parental Advocates

Donate your time

Every hour of your time translates into more smiles and better health for children and their families.

Volunteer

Corporate Giving

Raise your team-building game by helping kids have fun and feel connected to their communities.

Corporate Support

Take A Stand

Far too many communities in Ontario do not have the staff or training to provide adequate programming for children with disabilities.

Speak Up for Accessible Programming