2023 TRAC Camp Recap

Posted on August 23, 2023 to Blog

Photo by AK Photos What happens when you stick seven teenagers with spinal cord injuries, their favorite plus ones, two Craig Rec Therapists, Greg from the Kelly Brush Foundation, and Joe from Teton Adaptive Sports in Jackson, Wyoming…MAGIC! The KBF and Craig Hospital had their 3rd TRAC (Teen Rehabilitation At Craig) Camp from July 30-August […]

In Kelly’s Words – Importance Of Virtual Kelly Brush Rides to the KBF

Posted on July 18, 2023 to Blog

Over the last few years of Kelly Brush Rides, I’m always so pleasantly surprised at the motivation behind virtual participants. For more than a decade, the whole fun of the day was limited to coming together in Middlebury, right? I wrote a whole blog last year about what motivates people to be part of the […]

3rd Annual KBF Adaptive Mountain Bike Camp

Posted on July 11, 2023 to Blog

Image by Jeb Wallace-Brodeur The Kelly Brush Foundation is excited to announce the 3rd annual KBF Adaptive Mountain Bike Camp taking place October 3rd – 6th, 2023. This opportunity will engage and bring together the SCI community to build camaraderie and gain further independence in adaptive sports. This year’s camp will focus on creating an […]

2023 Turns & Berms Camp Recap

Posted on May 10, 2023 to Blog

The 2nd Annual Turns and Berms camp in Bend, Oregon occurred over the long weekend of Thursday, April 20 to Sunday, April 23. Through a partnership between Oregon Adaptive Sports and the Kelly Brush Foundation, ten lucky participants got to lay down some fresh turns all over Mt Bachelor in the morning and then schralp […]

In Kelly’s Words – Normalizing Disability Through Visibility

Posted on April 25, 2023 to Blog

Why do kids stare at something? Because it’s different or they are curious about it. But also because they don’t know yet that they shouldn’t stare. As adults, we call it rude to stare, but when we see something different we aren’t any less interested in it, we just know better. But if something is […]

First Ever KBF Ski Camp A Major Success

Posted on February 16, 2023 to Blog

 The KBF’s first-ever ski camp was a weekend to remember with unbelievable views, lots of laughs, and a world-class group of participants and instructors. Through a partnership between Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports and the Kelly Brush Foundation, ten lucky participants got to leave tracks all over Mt Ellen, meet new friends and reconnect […]

In Kelly’s Words – Handicapped Parking Spots Aren’t For Your ‘Convenience’

Posted on January 24, 2023 to Blog

Parking can be a pain in the butt. We’ve all struggled with it. And we’ve all parked in places that we know we shouldn’t. We have pulled up to the grocery store and sat in the fire lane with our hazards on while we wait for someone to come out. Or parked a little too […]

Reflections From Our Scholarship Recipients at Ski Spec

Posted on December 19, 2022 to Blog

Every year the KBF goes to The Hartford Ski Spectacular, one of the biggest events in adaptive sports! As part of our new Path2ctive Scholarships program, we were delighted to bring along two Active Fund grant recipients. Logan and Ryan were given the opportunity to ski with us in the excellent snow at Breckenridge in […]

In Kelly’s Words – Q & A with the KBF Team

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We don’t always get to share the voices behind the KBF team, so for this month’s blog, we wanted to hear some of the amazing perspectives from our office. Read on to hear people’s favorite moments, things they learned, and what they are most excited about in 2022. Some are fun, some are serious, and […]