The IWAS World Games project is a self-fund event where athletes are required to pay their event associated travel and competition fees.
We are working to help our six athletes to offset these fees.
Thus, we are working to engage our community in garnering $25,000 to support.
The RABDAB Fund has generously issued a "challenge to match" for a total of $10,000! We're so thankful for their support.
How can you support? (Please use one of our fundraising mechanisms vs creating one of your own)
Go to our donation page and choose your mechanism of choice:
-Use our online donation portal
-Mail us a check
MOVE UNITED named it's 30 athlete squad for the 2022 IWAS World Games team on August 26. Included are a number of our own ParaSport Spokane athletes and staff.
Congrats to Michael Anwar, Lauren Fields, Elizabeth Floch, Ben Foos, Lindi Marcusen and Chance Wells on being named to the team!
The IWAS World Games begin on November 25th. Track and field competition kicks off on November 26th through 28th. The International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) is a seventy year old organization and founding member of the International Paralympic Committee. The IWAS World Games are designed to give aspiring Paralympians and emerging athletes their first taste of international competition.
This event is a "self-funded" athlete event, we're raising $25,000 in funds to offset these costs for the athletes to attend. To donate click here and be sure to note IWAS in the notes section.
And also big ups to our 5 staff named. Way to represent Sonja Barerra, Zach Collins, Britanny Croft, David Greig and Teresa Skinner!
The team departs on November 23rd.
MOVE UNITED Team Press Release
IWAS World Games Website
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