Spirit of Sport Breakfast
A Chance to Learn About & Support the Adaptive Sports Program
The RHI Foundation’s Spirit of Sport Breakfast is a free, 1-hour event every spring to increase community awareness of our mission and raise funds to support RHI’s Adaptive Sports Program. Guests enjoy a hot breakfast, an adaptive sport exhibition by our athletes, guest speakers sharing how this program has impacted their lives and leaving with a full heart!
How the Funds are Used
The RHI Adaptive Sports Program is funded 100% through philanthropy: personal gifts, corporate sponsorships, and grants. Funds raised from the Spirit of Sport Breakfast help provide our disabled community (children, adults, veterans, and non-RHI patients) the opportunity to participate in adaptive sports, both recreationally and competitively. RHISP team sports include wheelchair tennis, wheelchair lacrosse, “Beep” baseball and blind hockey (for the blind/visually impaired), wheelchair basketball (youth, varsity, and adult), power soccer, quad rugby, sled hockey, and swimming. Recreational clinics are held 1-2 times/month and include a variety of activities including wheelchair fencing, water skiing, downhill snow skiing, sailing, rowing, Kali self-defense, volleyball, boxing, hiking, scuba diving, rock climbing, zip-lining, horseback riding, kayaking, boccia ball, table tennis, archery, track & field, indoor racing, hand cycling, weight lifting, ballroom dancing, yoga, pickleball, and more!