At Variety we are surrounded daily by many extraordinary circumstances, challenges, obstacles, and extraordinary people who inspire us to continue to pursue the work that helps to make change in the world today.

As quarantine and isolation strategies continue, Variety is unable to provide that direct support to our community through our facility programming. Many of the families and children we serve are directly impacted.

The children, families — and partners and staff around the world who help them reach their goals — continue to be our priority as we navigate this ever-evolving global situation. Join us and help support vulnerable children with disabilities in your community today.

Now, more than ever, we will need the support of our community, donors and sponsors.

You can help today.

Fundraise for Variety!

Bringing friends, family or co-workers together to Variety multiplies your donation. Creating a fundraising page gives you the tools to tell your story and to track your progress.


Create a challenge!

Challenge your friends and family to take part in a challenge while raising money to help support! Find something entertaining, challenging, or just plain fun.



Pledge your birthday to Variety

We know how special your birthday is. It is a memorable day marking a milestone in your life, and an opportunity for your family, friends and loved ones to celebrate you! Make your birthday count. Celebrate YOU and celebrate Variety too!

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Pay it Forward!

Every hour of your time translates into more smiles and better health for children and their families.
Get involved and contribute to our sports, fitness and life-skills programs. If you share our passion, we want you on our side.




Meet some of our EXTRAordinary Heroes

  • It is easy to miss Kyra’s “disability” through her giggly charm. A synchro-swimming star in the making, 7-year-old Kyra with diagnosed with global developmental delay.

  • He does not lack self-confidence. Cullen Lindsay: a typical 12 year old boy, who happens to have Down Syndrome. A boy who loves to run, swim, play basketball, climb the rock wall, attend summer camps, chat, hang out with friends and feel connected.

  • Emalee Pinard, 4, with an extra special chromosome. She also is a skilled air guitarist partial to Van Halen and Guns N’ Roses. She’s learning Japanese from her mom. She is a social butterfly at Variety, fist-pumping her way through the halls en route to physio or the pool.

Covid Emergency Appeal

Please consider making a donation to help Variety respond to the needs of children with disabilities as they arise and develop over the next weeks and months.