Centric Columbus sponsored and volunteered for the Adaptive Adventure Sports Coalition (TAASC)’s 25th Annual Winter Sports Challenge, which took place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on February 4 at Snow Trails in Mansfield, Ohio. Seven of our team members helped teach participants with disabilities some basic skiing skills.
The Winter Sports Challenge helps raise money for the organization, which funds programming, lessons, scholarships and specialized adaptive equipment to allow all people with disabilities to experience adaptive skiing and other sports throughout the year.
Centric was recognized as Corporate Sponsor of the Year thanks to our community service contribution. Our employees have worked with TAASC on multiple initiatives this past year.
A big thank you goes to these Centric volunteers: Gwenn Denorme, Michael Newman, Caroline Weist, Jay Yawn, Ed Vaflor, Patti Luther and Alex Grumman.
“Once again, The Adaptive Adventure Sports Coalition (TAASC) would like to thank Centric Consulting for their continued support of our organization,” said TAASC President David Ganger.
He added: “Centric’s continued generosity has helped our organization change lives. We had a record number of participants and volunteers at this year’s event at Snow Trails, in Mansfield, Ohio, and these types of events would not be possible without the support of our outstanding donors. We look forward to continuing our close relationship with Centric and its dedicated employees.”
The Adaptive Adventure Sports Coalition, TAASC, has been recognized as a national leader in adaptive sports with innovative programs, people, and partnerships. The organization helps connect individuals with disabilities, their families, volunteers, and community organizations through a lifetime of adventure sports.
They accomplish this by providing volunteer-driven adventure opportunities, promoting teamwork, and fostering self-advocacy through coaching and mentoring.