Sponsors & Partners
Paradox Sports is a local Boulder 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that is the national resource for and leader in providing adaptive climbing experiences for veterans and civilians with physical disabilities. Paradox Sports facilitates rock and ice climbing experiences for people with disabilities. For over ten years, Paradox has run transformative adaptive climbing weekend trips in the most iconic climbing destinations across the country. In 2017 Paradox launched the Adaptive Climbing Initiative in partnership with The North Face with a goal of making all gyms in the country accessible: they provide training to gyms, universities and other programs over a two-day comprehensive course in order for them to start their own adaptive programs. In addition, Paradox Sports provide local adaptive climbing opportunities in Boulder and beyond from the Adaptive Climbing Club that meets three times per month in the Front Range to providing custom local programs in our backyard in Eldorado Canyon State Park, the Flatirons and in Boulder Canyon.
ReForm Inc. is developing a low-cost and highly adaptable prosthetic socket technology which helps streamline the socket fabrication and fitment process and gives amputees the control to adjust the fit of their socket independently. ReForm’s solution also helps open access of prosthetic devices to the millions of amputees around the world who are currently living without them.
craigtowler.com's mission is to spread awareness for people affected by life altering events. It’s important to show what life is like after the initial event. In most cases, the aftermath and consequences will affect the victim forever. Craig has made a conscious decision to try to help others by making his personal story and rehabilitation journey public to help prevent future accidents.
LIM359 is an activities-based support group whose mission is to provide opportunities for people with limb loss and/or limb difference to come together in order to share past, present, and future experiences through participation in group activities. Based in Denver, LIM359 also operates a chapter in Tallahassee, Florida, and is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. In addition to hosting monthly activities for group members, LIM359 hosts an annual activities camp for youth during the summer in Denver. LIM359 also has more than twenty peer visitors who have been trained through the Amputee Coalition and are able to conduct one-on-one visits with individuals who are newly facing the loss of a limb.
Challenged Athletes Foundation
It is the mission of the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) to provide opportunities and support to people with physical challenges, so they can pursue active lifestyles through physical fitness and competitive athletics. The Challenged Athletes Foundation believes that involvement in sports at any level increases self-esteem, encourages independence and enhances quality of life.
Range of Motion Project (ROMP)
ROMP’s mission is to provide high quality prosthetic care in underserved populations, which enhances mobility and unlocks human potential. While they work mainly in Latin America, they help amputees in the US through their US Assistance Program (USAP). USAP serves people with amputation who do not have access to prosthetic care due to immigration status, lack of insurance, or extreme financial hardship. ROMP also hosts mobility events worldwide to raise awareness and funds for those who still need prosthetic care to get mobile again.
Exploring Boulder, CO in a wheelchair and sharing the most accessible destinations along the way.
Ottobock uses innovative technology, superior service, and world-class education to help people with physical mobility challenges. Established in 1919 in Germany, Ottobock opened its doors in the U.S. in 1958 and in Canada in 1978. Currently in its third generation as a privately held company, Ottobock offers products and services to help people maintain or regain their freedom of movement.
Vision Zero is the Boulder community's goal to reduce the number of traffic-related fatalities and serious injuries to zero. At its core, this goal is inspired by the belief that traffic collisions are preventable, and even one fatality is too many.
Boulder has joined leading-edge cities across the country and the world that are working toward this goal. Reaching it requires safe street design, enforcement, strong community partnerships— and you.
Vision Zero was adopted in 2014 as part of the city's Transportation Master Plan and uses a data-driven approach to increasing the safety of Boulder's streets. Safety has always been a top priority of the city. By tracking the places where collisions and close calls occur most often—and the behaviors and situations that lead to them—staff can make targeted improvements to street design, enforcement and outreach efforts in places where they are needed the most.
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