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Our mission is to get limb different youth athletes off the bench and into mainstream organized sports. Imagine the power of having a mentor who looks like you! [] #DontNeed2

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The NubAbility® Athletics Foundation provides adaptive sports camps for youth (ages 4-17) who are congenital, traumatic, or medical amputees. For many campers, "NubCamp" is the first time they see other limb different children like themselves.

Creating a Network For Good fundraiser is easy to do! With the click of a button, your network of family, friends and colleagues are able to donate towards a great cause and learn more about our amazing group of limb different campers and coaches!

Thanks to the support of our generous sponsors, donors and fundraisers, our organization is able to host a variety of adaptive camps nationwide and offers scholarships to alleviate the $500 camp fee (per camper)!

If you know a limb different child who is looking for an introduction into mainstream sports, please share what we do! Hundreds of other limb different families have participated and have had the opportunity to experience our life changing camps.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our office at +1 (618) 357-1394 or email to learn more.

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