ACHIEVE TAHOE is dedicated to building health, confidence, and independence in people with disabilities through outdoor recreation. We can serve just about anyone with any disability through our teaching techniques and specialized equipment.
Our programs include adaptive snowsports lessons in the winter at four Tahoe area resorts, as well as multi-sport Sierra Summer Sports day on Donner Lake, paddlesports, waterskiing and sailing in the summer. We also provide all-expense paid multi-day sports camps for our disabled veterans and their families.
Activities During COVID-19
Since March of 2020, we've adjusted our programming to provide COVID-friendly activities including weekly virtual classes available to all, social distance hiking and paddlesports (summer only), and modified snowsports this winter. The programs have been altered with the consideration of everyone's health and safety.
Providing these programs are more important than ever so that the children and adults we serve continue to have an outlet for healthy activities, social interaction and a sense of community connectedness.
YOUR SUPPORT MAKES A DIFFERENCE
Your donation has a lasting impact on children and adults with disabilities. Give the gift of life-changing experiences that build health, confidence, and independence by donating to Achieve Tahoe today.
"As a parent, it is comforting to have someone who seems to understand your child, and didn’t make fun of them, and treated them with such respect. Connor’s day-to-day life is hard, it’s difficult. So, I just love seeing him happy…
Connor has to learn not to depend on me. He really has to develop the independence and autonomy to advocate for himself. That is one of the best skills that he’s learned in our years at Achieve Tahoe. It’s an amazing, amazing program. We’re very fortunate to have it.
I would encourage people to donate to Achieve Tahoe to empower our participants and to shatter stereotypes of people with disabilities. Seeing my son water ski and snow ski has made people look at him in a new light."
- La Donna F., Connor's mom