Join us November 30th for Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration.
Your donation could have 2 times the impact!
Only on Giving Tuesday donate on Facebook and help CAF be part of their match of up to $8 million for US non-profits.
2X the impact on Giving Tuesday!
During the challenges of our time, let’s join together to empower individuals with physical challenges through sports on Giving Tuesday.
We are asking our community to join us in the Do 30, Give $30 Challenge to challenge yourself and your friends and family to do 30 reps, 30 minutes, 30 miles of your favorite physical activity and give $30. Together during this season of giving, let’s get active and change lives on Giving Tuesday!
- Set a goal to do 30 reps of any exercise of your choice in honor of Team CAF. (ex. 30 push-ups, 30 pull-ups, 30 sun salutations, 30 minutes of any activity, or even 30-miles)
- Share a photo or video of your physical activity on social media and tag #TeamCAF. You can download this pledge sign. Print, fill it out and use in your social posts.
- Give $30 on Facebook and have 2X the impact! Facebook is matching donations up to $8 million for US non-profits. You can donate directly to our Facebook Giving Tuesday fundraiser or start a fundraiser on your page. The Facebook match starts at 5 am PST/8 am EST, so get on it early! Learn more about the Facebook Giving Tuesday campaign.
Why support CAF?
We are committed to supporting individuals with physical challenges by giving them access to sports and an active lifestyle through adaptive sport grants, camps and clinics, and through creating community and mentorship opportunities. For many individuals with physical challenges an active lifestyle is out of reach due to the financial barriers associated with the costs of adaptive sports equipment, coaching, and training. That is where we come in.
In 26 years, we have raised $112 million and given out 26,000 individual grants transforming thousands and thousands of lives. Our support helps veterans, first responders, cancer survivors, trauma survivors, individuals with spinal cord injury, individuals with limb loss and more.