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The Adaptive Sports Center (ASC) is a national nonprofit organization located in the beautiful mountains of Crested Butte, CO.

The ASC enhances the quality of life of people with disabilities through exceptional outdoor adventure activities. Programs are inclusive to friends and family and are taught by expert professional adaptive instructors. Now in its 35th year of operation, the ASC provides therapeutic adventure programs, ranging from skiing and snowboarding to rock climbing and mountain biking, to over 1,000 people each year.

On any given day, a child with a rare mitochondrial condition might sit side-by-side on a fit-up bench with a war veteran battling posttraumatic stress and share a laugh. The ASC works with anyone with any type of disability who exhibits a desire to participate in activities, regardless of their capacity to pay.

The successful programs the ASC provides are inclusive to families and friends, empower our participants in their daily lives and have a positive enduring effect on self-efficacy, health, independence and overall well-being.


Nikki Mitchell Foundation (NMF) is dedicated to providing comfort and relief to those affected by pancreatic cancer, while raising awareness and searching for the cure.

NMF funds innovative research at various cancer centers nationwide. They have partnered with the Pancreas Club to give a $20,000 seed grant to a promising research project, an award to a young scientist, and a Bold Women in Science Award.

NMF\’s Bridge of Wings program was named after the 1998 flight around the world taken by Nikki Mitchell and NMF president Rhonda Miles. Bridge of Wings is a direct patient services program that provides patients in need with free transportation to treatments, house cleanings, groceries and meals, insurance or car payments and other services to assist with their daily needs. When some of the patient’s stressors can be relieved, they can spend their energy focusing on the care they need.