FITNESS GRANTS

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As funds are available, Spirit Club Foundation offers small grants to help organizations fund exercise programs for people who have disabilities.

In 2021, Spirit Club Foundation grants funded:

  • A weekly fitness classes for 10 high school students at Ivymount School.

  • KEEN Greater DC-Baltimore’s weekly virtual yoga class for 80 kids.

  • 48 group classes for 15 seniors with low vision through Seabury Resources for Aging.

  • Two iPads to make virtual fitness available through Six Points Evaluation and Training, Inc.

  • 8 webcams to provide fitness programming to 25 people at St. Vincent de Paul of North Idaho.

  • 3 children to attend 12 free play sessions at We Rock The Spectrum – Gaithersburg.

PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY 
ACCESSIBLE EXERCISE GRANT

Thanks to a generous donor, Spirit Club Foundation was able to expand its grant program in Prince George’s County, Maryland, in 2021. This three-year grant is designed to make exercise more accessible to people of all ages who have intellectual and developmental disabilities. 

A total of 10 organizations are recipients of this grant:

  • Arc of Prince George's County

  • EBED

  • EPIC

  • Hands of Hope

  • Hispanic Community Resources (HCR)

  • Impact Support Services, Inc.

  • National Children’s Center (NCC)

  • Our Care

  • Prince George’s Community Resources (PGCR)

  • Renoxx Caregivers