This season of giving, the Adaptive Sports Foundation is receiving a special gift from The Rite Aid Foundation, which is helping us to continue making a difference in the lives of children in our community.
ASF will use this grant to offer Sensory Friendly après ski/snowboard events at the Adaptive Sports Center for students with sensory issues who would appreciate quiet, low key social events.
In acknowledging the Rite Aid Foundation’s support, Kim Seevers, ASF Grants Director, said, “Rite Aid Foundation has provided funding for so many important ASF programs over the past couple years. Among other things, their funding has purchased adaptive equipment, paid for programming, and helped fund the annual Hartman Race. The Rite Aid Foundation continues to improve the health and wellness of children through the KidsCents Thanks For Giving grant program.”
The Rite Aid Foundation created the KidCents Thanks For Giving Holiday program to help us support our efforts to improve the health, safety and well-being of local kids. In total, The Rite Aid Foundation is granting $2.2 million to more than 440 charities as part of this program.