Volunteer for All In

All In makes sure nobody misses out on the joy of sports, camaraderie, and friendly competition.

All In Opens Doors for Everyone

Thanks to volunteers and donors like you, All In brings a range of fun activities to people of all ages and abilities.

We offer year-round programs like dance and sled hockey as well as seasonal activities like water skiing and snow skiing.

We want everyone to have the opportunity to pursue their passions, but without volunteers these programs wouldn’t be possible.

So lace up your boots, grab your bat, or try something completely new. This is the most fun you’ll ever have volunteering!

All in offers:

  • Sled hockey
  • Cycling
  • Fishing
  • Kayaking
  • Rock climbing
  • Basketball
  • Hip-hop dance
  • Water skiing
  • Social outings
  • Martial arts
  • Swimming
  • Tap

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Barrier-free recreation brings a wide range of sports, activities, and social outings to people of all ages and abilities.

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CHD Disability Resources offers adaptive sports and recreational activities to improve and empower the lives of individuals with physical disabilities and visual impairments.

All In Programs & Activities

We offer fun activities all year long to keep participants active, engaged, and connected to community.

“CHD is such a great resource for our family! We’ve been able to participate in multiple opportunities throughout the year at a low cost which has helped keep our whole family involved in inclusive programs. We’ve met some amazing families and it’s opened us up to opportunities we wouldn’t have had otherwise!”

- Kristen Gagnon

Meet Aaron Morrison

Aaron has been a volunteer for CHD Disability Resources’ Sled Hockey program for nine years. With the program, Aaron has helped coach the team and has been a dedicated “pusher” for players, helping to ensure that this adaptive ice sport creates an opportunity for people of all abilities to enjoy hockey.

While similar to “stand-up hockey” in terms of concept and rules, sled hockey players sit within an adaptive device—the sled—which is affixed to two skate blades and a runner, and use shortened sticks with attached blades on one end to help them propel across the ice. Some players also use a pusher, like Aaron, to push their sled throughout gameplay.

 

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