JULY 1 MARKS THE START OF OUR NEW SEASON

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DONATION & SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

DSFCV_6 : Focused On Images Photography by Letitia Collins

DISABILITY SPORTS FESTIVAL (12/01/2018)
Your sponsorship supports the DisAbility Sports Festival Coachella Valley ™, purchase of adaptive sports equipment and the development of adaptive sports programs for children, youth and adults with ability challenges throughout the Coachella Valley.
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REPLACEMENT OF STOLEN EQUIPMENT
On Sunday, April 29, 2018, the storage facility where Desert Ability Center stored all adaptive sports equipment, tools and ancillary merchandise was broken into and everything was lost to theft.  This senseless act  will leave a devastating impact on the programs and events DAC provides to the public free of charge.  We thank everyone in advance for every contribution, regardless of the amount, which will help DAC to continue to provide free programs, equipment and services to our community.

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imageSUPPORT OUR VETERANS
Desert Ability Center supports our veterans with disabilities through events and adaptive sports clinics. We are currently raising registration fees for these veterans to participate in the Patriot Ride For Our Heroes. Please support our vets. And don’t forget to come ride with us.

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SPONSOR AN ATHLETE
Meet Jessica Hiller-Davidson.  She is the young lady to keep your eyes on as she is quickly moving up the ranks of competitive wheelchair tennis.  Jessica recently moved to Indio to play tennis and last year was ranked in the top 25 in the country.  She grew up playing every sport imaginable and at age 16 when her genetic and congenital conditions required the use of a wheelchair, she had to find a new way to channel her love for sports. She tried many wheelchair sports but the moment she picked up a tennis racket she knew tennis was the sport for her.  Next month she will be playing in her first tournament as an Open player.  This marks the new big step in her journey to the Paralympics.  While off the courts, Jessica is a student and plans on receiving an AA in Criminal Justice and a BS in Terrorism and Counter-terrorism Studies.  When she isn’t studying or playing tennis she enjoys exploring the great outdoors with her family.  Join DAC in helping Jessica to continue competing in upcoming tournaments and move toward her goal to compete in the Paralympics.
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