Desert Ability Center greatly appreciates funding provided by the UPS Foundation to support the care and maintenance of our adaptive sports equipment. We are also grateful to the UPS drivers of their Palm Springs, California facility who volunteer to ride with our paracycles every month.
Provident Bank has been with the Desert Ability Center every step of the way in the process of launching our 501(c)(3). Their friendly and efficient staff has made banking easy. DAC appreciates all the other services available to nonprofits.
CVSPIN has been an avid supporter of adaptive cycling since our first ride in the Tour de Palm Springs in 2010. Their encouragement and support have allowed the number of riders with disabilities to grow from 4 in our first year to over 100.
Friends of CV Link has been instrumental in the growth of cycling in the desert and advocating for safe roads for decades. They have been equally instrumental in supporting the growth of adaptive cycling for our children, youth and adults who live with disabilities and desire to be part of the cycling community.
The Neighborhood Cyclery, along with Daniel Riggs & Associates generously chose Desert Ability Center to be the recipient of their annual “No-Shave November Ride” fundraiser and awarded two children with custom designed hand cycles that meet their unique riding needs.
Amputee Connection of Redlands provides support for people living with limb loss or limb deficiencies and were instrumental in helping DAC launch our own group, Desert Amp Crew. ACR has also been an avid supporter of DAC’s efforts to development of adaptive sports and recreational opportunities here in the Coachella Valley and throughout the Inland Empire, Riverside and Orange County.
Supporting Desert Ability Center’s growing adaptive sports programs is the First Nonprofit Foundation. We are honored to be a recipient of their grant awarded to nonprofits who support great need such as inclusion of people with disabilities in our community
The need to provide services and programs to those who live with amputation is a growing need in the Coachella Valley. The Regional Access Project Foundation heard the call and is supporting Desert Ability’s Desert Amp Crew program with the emphasis on identifying and engaging a greater number of amputees in the region.
Daniel Riggs, owner of Daniel Riggs & Associates has the Desert Ability Spirit. DRA has provided funds enabling our littlest cyclists to ride alongside their friends with their very own hand cycles and supporting sending children with limb loss to Camp No Limits in Big Bear, California.