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Bridge II Sports is a nonprofit organization that provides opportunities for children and adults who are physically challenged to play team and individual sports. Bridge II Sports, in partnership with community partners, provides the equipment, coaching and play space, as well as develops teams. The goal of Bridge II Sports is to help individuals discover tenacity, confidence, self-esteem, and the joy of finding the player within.

Our services include organizing and developing adaptive sports for multiple types of disabilities for both children and adults. Programs that we provide are tennis, boccia ball, wheelchair basketball, junior Paralympic programs, golf, goal ball, skeet and trap shooting, track and field, Paralympic air rifle training, sitting volleyball, adaptive sports for people who blind or have mobility limitations, and Girls Inspired and Girls Empowered (GiGe) programs. We participate in different community awareness programs as well.

Bridge II Sports also promotes and cooperates with other programs across the state. One of the biggest obstacles for community based sports is communication. Bridge II Sports supports and advertises approved programs on the web at no cost. Bridge II Sports is a volunteer based organization and we welcome new volunteers with enthusiasm.

We accommodate all types of disabilities into our programs and we encourage you to find the sport that brings out the player from within.

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