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Causes: Children & Youth, Olympics, Special Olympics, Sports, Youth Development Programs

Mission: The National Ability Center empowers individuals of all abilities by building self-esteem, confidence, and lifetime skills through sport, recreation, and educational programs.

Target demographics: individuals of all abilities

Geographic areas served: Park City, UT

Programs: Winter Sports, Aquatics, Equestrian, Water Sports, Military Programs, Camps, Cycling, Archery, Health and Wellness, Wounded Warrior/Military and Family Retreats.

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Rating: 5

A beautiful facility, and a wonderful experience for the kids. The volunteers have an incredible passion to make a difference for the kids. All the kids have a great time at the NAC.


Rating: 5

Volunteering for NAC this summer impacted me greatly. It felt great seeing these people do adaptive water sports - experiencing the same joy waterskiing that I have experienced. I'd recommend their services to anyone! I can't wait to help out in the winter ski/snowboard programs.


Rating: 5

While our motto has been "If I can do this I can do anything" I feel more inspired then the people I teach. As a result of the training received at the NAC I volunteer with other similar organizations. The staff at the NAC is a group of dedicated individuals helping those with disabilities achieve the highest. There is no higher calling then that.


Rating: 5

As an 18 year old taking a gap year before college, I volunteered as a peer partner in the Ski Program last winter, and the Archery Program this past summer. I was able to help people with all kinds of disabilities learn to ski or to shoot an arrow. It was fun and rewarding and I couldn't believe the difference the National Ability Center makes in the lives of those who come to participate in their adaptive recreation programs. Thank you, National Ability Center, for allwoing me this tremendour opportunity!