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For some, a quick run in the morning or a pick-up basketball game after work is simply a fun way to exercise. But for CoaSports.org, sports are life-changing activities that provide hope to those facing challenges in different situations in life.
Created as an athletic sports charity, Coasports.Org aims to educate, assist, and encourage athletes to reach new heights in their amateur and professional careers. We aim to create a healthy community of confident athletes with their skills and are willing to improve them to the maximum while encouraging others to do so.
Through this mission and our founding athletes’ vision (Including Manuel M Johnson), we empower collegiate, professional, and Olympic athletes to channel all their energy to leave a mark in the world. That has supported our network’s expansion to feature over 4500 athletes in 20+ different sports that support diversity and inclusion for all.
The program for athletes assists underfunded youth sports leagues and the families of cancer or ALS patients. It donates new and fairly used equipment for sports to organizations that struggle to acquire them.
The charity also assists families with financial issues due to cancer or ALS treatment of their loved ones. With the funds, the families pay their medical bills and other related treatment expenses.
The program accepts any of the following:
- Donated equipment
- Corporate sponsorship
The non-profit hosts a baseball game dubbed Midnight Madness charity in Sugarland, Texas from noon to midnight. Participants in this program raise funds for donation to particular individuals with financial problems due to illnesses.
The charity program targets athletes without access to adaptive sports due to physical challenges. It provides various programs customized to the needs of different communities that support the cause.
Access for Athletes is a program under this charity responsible for offering sports equipment such as mono skis and hand cycles. It ensures that recreational and competitive physically challenged athletes can afford special equipment to take part in an activity of choice.
Operation Rebound is another program that provides wounded service women and men with athletic opportunities.
Catch a Rising Star mentors and offers post-rehabilitation for athletes who’ve experienced traumatic injuries.
Reach High, on the other hand, is a resource service for information. It assists physically challenged athletes to make informed decisions regarding their health and medical needs.
You can volunteer your time or organize a fundraiser for this charity. It also accepts corporate sponsorships and donations.
Sarah Reinertsen, a CAF athlete, collaborated with Nike to create a shoe for athletes suffering from prosthetic limbs.
Many amputee athletes develop DIY soles for their prosthetic running blades. Sarah collaborated with Ossur, a prosthetics maker, and Nike to create Nike Sole. This is a composite outsole made from lightweight materials for use with Nike’s Flex-Run Foot.
To Offer sophisticated sports research and educate professional and future athletes on how to improve their emotional and physical lives to inspire positive change in the community and push their careers to new heights.