Interested in supporting our unified effort to promote inclusive opportunities in physical activity, sport and recreation for people with disabilities? 

IFC offers Coalition membership for both organizations and individuals. 

Are you an Organization?  Go here to Join the Coalition!

Are you an Individual?  Go here to Join a workgroup!


Wins for Warriors

DETROIT -- Detroit Tigers All-Star pitcher Justin Verlander joined the Detroit Tigers Foundation, an affiliate of Ilitch Charities, to announce a commitment of $1 million to launch an initiative called Wins for Warriors that will support the mental health and emotional well-being of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families in Detroit, Richmond, Va., and Norfolk, Va.

CLUBS, get set to... SWEAT for a VET 2011

September 14, 2011

CLUBS, get set to... SWEAT for a VET 2011 at your own SWEAT-a-thon Event!
( Sign up by September 16th )

Veteran Caregivers Matter Campaign

May 13, 2011

Caregivers Matter!

Join us today to recognize caregivers who provide priceless value each and every day in caring for our injured, ill, or wounded Veterans.  Caregivers are the unsung heroes in our midst and here's a way to show them how much they matter.

VA to Take Applications for New Family Caregiver Program

May 9, 2011


May 3, 2011  


VA to Take Applications for New Family Caregiver Program
VA Implementing Enhancements to Existing Services for Veterans and Their Caregivers

Sports Programs for Disabled Veterans Expanding

Sports Programs for Disabled Veterans Expanding
VA Awards $7.5 Million to U.S. Olympic Committee
for Therapeutic Competitive Eve

WASHINGTON – The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is awarding two grants totaling $7.5 million to the U.S. Olympic Committee to enhance recreation and sporting activities for disabled Veterans and disabled members of the Armed Forces. 

"Warrior Champions from Baghdad to Beijing" Chicago Film Screening

March 12, 2010

Please mark your calendar today for the Chicago screening of "Warrior Champions from Baghdad to Beijing". This incredible Renaud brothers film chronicles the journey of four American service members who are injured in Baghdad and their quest to participate in the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games. One of the profiled athletes, Melissa Stockwell, currently lives in Chicago.

KrankcycleRx is helping to provide support to wounded warriors who have served and fought for us all.

Two Krankcycles have been donated to the TRACK center in Jacksonville, FL by KrankcycleRx.

The equipment will help those participating in the program with a new and great way to stay fit. The Johnny G KrankcycleR by Matrix is fully wheelchair accessible, and since it utilizes the upper body instead of the legs, it provides a unique opportunity for people with physical disabilities to train along with everyone else or independently.


Visit to view the press release online.


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