The Colorado Adaptive Sports Foundation (CASF) aims to bolster independence, improve self-confidence, elevate social interaction and enhance quality of life through organized team sports. CASF is for people of all ages throughout Colorado who have physical disabilities including spinal cord injuries, spina-bifida, amputations and cerebral palsy.What We Do
CASF manages, promotes and raises funds for adaptive team sports across the state of Colorado, including wheelchair basketball, sled hockey, wheelchair softball, wheelchair lacrosse, adaptive curling and power soccer, representing over 200 adult and junior athletes. Providing these services allows the athletes and coaches for the teams represented by CASF to focus on learning, playing and teaching their respective sports.History CASF was incorporated in 2010. It was initially conceived in 2004 under the name Colorado Wheelchair Sports (CWS), which was established through the efforts of local adaptive team sports program directors in an attempt to facilitate better communication and coordination between the teams. CWS was successful increasing fundraising, volunteerism and recruitment for those initial three sports. In 2010 the name was changed to the Colorado Adaptive Sports Foundation, a formal board of directors was established, and the reach of the organization was expanded to include wheelchair lacrosse, power soccer and adaptive curling.Thank you for making a donation to Colorado Adaptive Sports Foundation. Your contribution will provide physical disabled athletes the opportunity to participate in adaptive team sports programs.