Camp Awakening offers summer camp programs that give youth with physical disabilities the opportunity to increase independence, make lasting friendships and accomplish things they never thought possible.
The Ontario Trillium Foundation was created in 1982 and the foundation's grants help build numerous Ontario-based not-for-profit organizations. Cruisers Sports for the Physically Disabled is proud to be a recipient of an Ontario Trillium Grant and is grateful for the support received. Our athletes have benefited from up-to-date equipment that meets the standards for elite performance, as well as new, adjustable equipment for our growing youngsters. Thank you from all of us!
Challenged Athletes Foundation Grant Program (CAF)
It is the mission of the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) to provide opportunities and support to people with physical challenges, so they can pursue active lifestyles through physical fitness and competitive athletics. The Challenged Athletes Foundation believes that involvement in sports at any level increases self-esteem, encourages independence and enhances quality of life.
The Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy (OFCP) is an organization committed to supporting independence, inclusion, choice and full integration of all persons with cerebral palsy (CP) in Ontario.
The OFCP does this by providing and initiating a wide range of services, resources and programs for individuals with CP and their families as well as professional organizations. These services can range from funding for equipment, education and recreation to housing and life planning.
The Ontario Cerebral Palsy Sports Association (OCPSA), founded nearly three decades ago by a group of loyal volunteers, has emerged as a leader in the disability sport movement in Canada. Driven by the philosophy that sport and physical activity are instrumental in helping people of all abilities reach their full potential in life, we are committed to providing the highest caliber sports programming in Ontario with a special focus on children and adults within the cerebral palsy family.
Our mission at the Ontario Wheelchair Sports Association is to grow wheelchair sports opportunities across Ontario. We strive to create opportunities for athletes with physical disabilities to participate in any of our four sports at recreational, competitive, and high performance levels.
Ontario Blind Sports Association (OBSA) is dedicated to creating quality opportunities for the blind and visually impaired to enjoy the lifelong benefits of sport. We plan, promote, coordinate, and sanction programs, events and activities designed to stimulate the development of athletes of all levels in Ontario.
The Ontario Sledge Hockey Association (OSHA) is the governing body for Para Ice Hockey in Ontario, representing over 20 clubs and 400 plus players located across most of Ontario. It is a registered nonprofit organization, an associate member of the Ontario Hockey Federation and a member of Hockey Canada.
Providing support to all members of the disability community – regardless of age or stage in life – to find, connect with, and participate in competitive and recreational sport programs and activities of their choice to enhance physical function and quality of life.
To provide opportunity and assistance for all amputee and other physically challenged residents in Ontario to participate in golf and other physical activity to the level of their interest and capability.