Participate in an inclusive sports experience, enhance company culture, and amplify your brand through sponsorship this year. Please see our proposed signature fundraising events below and check out the 2021 Sponsor Deck (link coming soon) for opportunities and benefits.
A Celebration of Heroes, Heart & Hope At Home Gala
Experience the power of sport and a unique culinary event into the comfort of your home.
A Celebration of Heart At Home
An evening featuring musical entertainment, an interactive cocktail experience, and powerful athlete stories.
CAF Community Challenge
Choose your challenge to run, walk, roll, ride, and more through October!
CAF Million Dollar Challenge
Join the 15th anniversary of this inclusive, world-class ride down the coast of California
CAF Community Weekend Celebration featuring the San Diego Triathlon Challenge, Run/Walk/Roll, Yoga, and Spin events, Celebration of Abilities Awards Program, and Adaptive Sports Clinics
In 2020, CAF embarked on an extraordinary challenge event that spanned 10 weeks and multiple sports. 235 challenged athletes and 900 supporters around the world logged 200,000+ miles – riding, rolling, walking, running, swimming, and moving – and collectively raised $2.5 million. The virtual event was featured in news articles with a total reach of 431 million. See the full results here:
CAF provides expert training and support, branded apparel, event entries, and comradery for athletes with elite potential to grow in their sport. Sponsor a team and be part of the athlete development journey while increasing visibility for rising adaptive sports. See the 2021 Sponsor Deck for opportunities and benefits.
The CAF Women’s Handcycling Team is getting more female athletes involved in the growing sport of handcycling to compete at the highest level. The strong team of seven are changing the face of women in the cycling world and adaptive sports.
– Alicia Dana, CAF Women’s Handcycling Team Member
The new Para Nordic Team is created in partnership with U.S. Paralympics Nordic Skiing (USPN) to develop emerging athletes in Idaho.
Leading up to surfing’s hopeful inclusion in the 2028 Los Angeles Paralympics, we’re developing the next generation of high-level competitive surfers.