RADaptive Fundraiser. #B #I #NGO #Nailedit

RADaptive Fundraiser. #B #I #NGO #Nailedit Revelstoke Adaptive had its second annual BINGO fundraiser, and it was another huge success! We wanted to say Thank You again to the town of Revelstoke for the incredible support. We Love you Revelstoke, and we've got a hunch the feeling is mutual! More specifically we want to thank our host, the Taco Club! Less specifically, sort of, we want to thank our volunteers for pulling this together and the following local businesses for the amazing prizes! The funds raised will help us to develop our volunteers through courses, set up our storage space, and tune up our equipment! Woolsey Creek Mountain coop Bill Eaton Universal Footwear Valhalla Pure Your Office The Regent Tantrum Society Stoke Roasted Save-On-Foods Selkirk Graphics Selkirk Tangiers Serendipity Book Store Revelstoke Backcountry Guides Pharmasave Love Making Designs Rachel Kawakubo Free Spirit Sports Coast Hillcrest Bestwestern Balu Yoga Studio Rosie! James and Rich in the green RASP Volunteer jackets out with some [more]

Living Right Award 2017

Living Right Award 2017 Photo:Bruno Long The one and only Amanda Timm is our 2017 Living Right Award recipient! She's been after this award for several years and we're very excited to be able to help her this year. She's got an infectious positive attitude and skis like her life depends on it. This season she broke her sit ski bucket, because she was charging! The award will help her buy a new sit ski bucket to keep her out on the hill all winter. Photo:Bruno Long This award was funded by the TJ Schiller Charity Golf tournament which was last summer. A huge thank you - shout out - to TJ for helping keep adapted athletes stay on top of their [more]

Spring Solstice Living Right Award!!

Spring Solstice Living Right Award!!Better a day (or two) late than a dollar (or two) short! We had an awesome round of applicants, which doesn't make it easy. We are excited to announce Tristan Smyth as our first 2016 recipient of the Living Right Award! Tristan is an aspiring track athlete with his sights set on Rio in the fall. For more info, and to follow him on his journey check out his athlete page! Tristan Smyth This Living Right Award is brought to you by The Extreme Everest Challenge in Smithers [more]

$2000 up for Grabs!

$2000 up for Grabs!"If you live right, once is enough. " At Live It! Love It! we believe "Living Right" means embracing our passions, overcoming obstacles, discovering our potential, challenging ourselves and making a positive impact on the people around us. This year we're awarding two Living Right sponsorships. Starting Now, we are accepting applications for this years first Living Right Award, a $1000 scholarship to help one lucky person with some expenses. The contest is open to anyone with a physical disability. Perhaps you are working towards a goal, inspiring others, facing a fear, accomplishing something great or staying positive in hard times. We want to know how you define "Living Right" and how you have put Living Right into practice in your own life. Tell us what this award would mean to you and how you would use it in a short essay or video. Spread the word, get your thinking caps on and [more]

Vancouver Island Society for Adaptive Snowsports - 2016 Winter Snowsports Festival

Once again, VISAS is offering a learn-to-ski/board week at Mount Washington between January 3rd and 7th, 2016 for people with disabilities who would like to try their hand at these fabulous pursuits. It's an incredible opportunity to get up in the mountains and slide around on snow! Here's a link to more information, and a video of our co-founder Jeff Scott and his crew getting some tasty turns at Mt. Washington. [more]


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