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Empower youth with disabilities by providing free, non-competitive one-to-one programs of exercise, fitness and fun, led by volunteer coaches.
Foster confidence, self-esteem and community inclusion for youth with disabilities; strengthen communities through education of volunteers; and provide families with respite and a supportive network.
January 7th & 21st
February 4th & 25th
March 4th & 25th
April 1st & 22nd
May 6th & 20th
September 9th & 23rd
October 14 & 28th
November 4th & 18th
December 2nd & 16th
January 8th, 22nd & 29th
February 5th, 12th & 26th
March 5th & 26th
April 2nd, 23rd, & 30th
KEEN USA hosted a National Symposium in Washington, DC on the need for fitness programs for kids with disabilities in light of the childhood obesity epidemic. Representatives from NCHPAD, The YMCA, Special Olympics, SHAPE America, Playworks, and other organizations came together to discuss access and barriers to programming, best practices for providing programs, outcomes measurement and other issues on this critical topic. To watch all the symposium videos, click here.
KEEN Founder and President Elliott Portnoy's opening remarks at the 2015 Symposium.
Will you help empower youth with disabilities by having fun with friends?
And join in celebrating
KEEN's 25th Anniversary
of providing free programs for Youth with Disabilities?
Kids Enjoy Exercise Now, Los Angeles would like to acknowledge and thank you for your recent $5,000 gift. Although you chose to remain anonymous, rest assured knowing that these funds will go a long way to ensure that our kids will keep playing, swimming, and growing.
The KEEN LA Board of Directors, volunteers, parents, and especially our athletes are very grateful for your generosity.
KEEN LA Board President
Points of Light and the State of California have just recognized KEEN Los Angeles as a SERVICE ENTERPRISE agency.
Did you know that nonprofits that engage volunteers are better led, managed, and operate at almost half the medium budget? Learn more at californiavolunteers.org.
On Sunday, May 18th, Young Variety volunteered at the sports session at the Elysian Park Recreation Center. Executive Director Elizabeth O'Neil later presented KEEN LA with a grant for $12,400 to help fund Sports sessions for the year.