Your support makes the difference.
Oregon Adaptive Sports is working to remove the barriers to the outdoors for individuals with disabilities.
Approximately 1 in 5 Americans live with a disability and face numerous barriers to the outdoors. Adaptive sports equipment is prohibitively expensive for most, accessible transportation does not reach trailheads or open spaces, hours of training are required to facilitate safe and effective programs, and individuals with disabilities are vastly underrepresented in the decision making processes in the outdoor industry.
Your charitable gift helps OAS dismantle these barriers.
OAS is now entering its 27th year of adaptive skiing programs at Hoodoo, Mt Bachelor and Mt. Ashland with adaptive summer programs ranging from golf, cycling, mountain biking and hiking throughout Central Oregon. We invite you to invest in our work and help create and sustain access to the outdoors for individuals with disabilities.
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Instant and Secure Online Donations
Make your tax-deductible online donation through this link! You may also mail a check made out to “OAS” to 63025 OB Riley Rd., Suite 12, Bend, OR 97703.
Gifts of Stock & Donor Advised Funds
Donating stocks to OAS is easy. When you make a donation to OAS through stocks, you receive gift credit and an immediate income tax deduction for the fair market value of the securities on the date of transfer, no matter what you originally paid for them. You pay no capital gains tax on the securities you donate.
Gifts of stock to OAS are handled by Devin Harrigan at Ascent Capital Management, firstname.lastname@example.org, 541-382-4847. You or your broker can contact Devin directly to process the transaction.
You may also select OAS as a beneficiary of your Donor Advised Fund! Please look OAS up via the tax-id 26-0076749. Our corporate and legal name will appear as “Disabled Sports USA” but donations to the correct tax ID will benefit OAS. We are listed with most major brokerages.
Please consult your broker or accountant for guidance with maximizing your tax-savings through a gift of stock. This information is not intended to serve as tax or legal advice. Please contact Executive Director, Pat Addabbo, at email@example.com, with any questions.
Memorial and Honorary Tribute
Make a donation in memory or honor of a loved one. When you make a gift to Oregon Adaptive Sports, please indicate the person you are honoring and whom to notify of your generous gift and lasting tribute.
- Ellie Bartlett Memorial Fund – The Ellie Bartlett Memorial Fund helps to cover the cost of OAS’ annual Junior Racers free ski day for youth with disabilities and any U of O students with disabilities at Hoodoo Ski Resort.
OAS organizes several events which rely on sponsors for funding. Sponsor benefits vary depending on the sponsorship level and type of sponsorship but generally include acknowledgment on the OAS website, Facebook page, newsletters, printed materials and at events. Sponsorship opportunities are available for the following events:
- Ski For All – Annual ski-a-thon at Mt Bachelor and major winter fundraiser
- First Chair – OAS’ major fall fundraiser
- Heroes – Programs for Disabled Veterans
- Ski For Life – OAS year-round youth programming.
- Equipment – Help fund OAS’ adaptive sports equipment fleet!
For more information on sponsorship, please call Pat Addabbo at 541-306-4774 x4 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can support OAS by shopping at Fred Meyer with your Rewards Card. All you have to do is link your Rewards Card and scan it every time you shop at Fred Meyer. There is no cost to you, and you’ll continue to accrue Rewards Points as usual.
Before you toss it, consider giving your outdoor goods a second life while helping OAS! You can directly donate your goods to the local used outdoor gear shop, Gear Fix under Oregon Adaptive Sport’s name. All proceeds from your goods will go directly to OAS. Starting April to October, Gear Fix will be looking for summer items.