Your generous donation today will give someone with a physical disability the chance to participate in sports, train with other athletes and become a self supporting individual and functional member of society.
Sports is not the cure for physical disabilities, but constant activity, the determination to overcome challenges and the need to be self sufficient are all core concepts that are engrained within our team members.
Your donation today, doesn't just help the next Michael Phelps of wheelchair racing... it's helps your neighborhood, your community and society.
Every dollar is spent on equipment, training facilities, certifications, insurance, travel and competitions. For some athletes, competitions may cost up to $10,000 in a Paralympic year, facility and membership costs will exceed $15,000 in 2021.
Annual Operating Expenses
World Medals Achieved By Athletes
SUPPORT THE TEAM
Every donation makes a difference! Your support makes it possible for us to provide access to life-changing opportunities for our youth, adults and veterans to be physically active and improve their health and quality of life.
Your donation will directly support the following team and community with items like;
Competition & Equipment
Everything from athletic tape to racing wheelchairs
Gyms & Practice Facilities
Gym, Track/Field, Strength & Conditioning, Archery, Swimming and Equipment Storage
Event & Registrations
Memberships to National Governing Bodies, Associations, Insurance and Certifications
WHAT YOU GET FROM THE NAVIGATORS EXPERIENCE
NOT JUST A TEAM, A FAMILY!
Our athletes inspire trainers and coaches with the level of effort and determination
promoting healthy living and self confidence through adaptive sports training.
our athletes train for local, regional and national competitions year round.
over 40 families actively involved in training sessions, social events & competitions
SOME SUCCESSFUL STORIES
A serial medallist at national competitions in swimming, athletics and archery, Jimenez-Vergara successfully converted his performances into IWAS Youth World Games.
Miguel Jimenez Vergara
Ray is a 6 Time Gold Medalist and First man to win five individual world titles at a single IPC event
Born with spina bifida. Began Paralympic track and field at eight years old and made his international debut at the 2011 Parapan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico