Spirit Club Foundation and SPIRIT Club Virtual Race/Move
The Spirit Club Foundation's and SPIRIT Club's first annual VIRTUAL race ended September 26, 2020. Funds raised supported Spirit Club Foundation's mission to empower people with disabilities through health and exercise. Racers received a commemorative shirt.
Virtual Fit Fest 2020
The Fitness Festival was held Sunday, August 16, 2020 as a virtual event on Zoom! The afternoon of fitness and fun included classes led by SPIRIT Club, MOCO Movement, KEEN, and ZamDance! Participants heard from local officials and awards were presented to local heroes. This free event was made possible by generous sponsors and donors like you!
2019 Kensington Fitness Festival
SPIRIT Club and the Spirit Club Foundation hosted the second annual Kensington Fitness Festival on Sunday July 28, 2019! The festival featured free food & refreshments, fitness, yoga, ZamDance classes, sports stations, music, raffle, and more! The featured guest was Kayla Schadegg, Mrs. Maryland America 2019. This event raised funds for the Spirit Club Foundation to increase access to fitness for people of all abilities. It’s not too late to donate!
Karaoke Birthday Fundraiser
A wonderful Karaoke party to celebrate Sam Smith's birthday was held at the Harp & Fiddle in Bethesda, MD, January 9th, 2019! Twenty percent of the bill was donated to the Spirit Club Foundation, increasing access to fitness for people with disabilities. Enjoy the pictures from the event below.
Annual Charity Ball and Silent Auction - Benefitting Spirit Club Foundation
The Maryknights Auxiliary of Father Rosensteel Council Knights of Columbus hosted a fabulous evening fundraiser November 17, 2018. The event included open bar, appetizers, dinner, dancing to live music, cash raffle, a silent auction and their first ever “Wall of Wine!" ALL proceeds went to the Spirit Club Foundation.
View more pictures from this great event in our Photo and Video Gallery!
National Disability Employment Awareness Month 2018
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. The purpose of National Disability Employment Awareness Month is to educate about disability employment issues and celebrate the many and varied contributions of America's workers with disabilities.
Held annually, National Disability Employment Awareness Month is led by the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy, but its true spirit lies in the many observances held at the grassroots level across the nation every year. Employers of all sizes and in all industries are encouraged to participate in NDEAM.
For specific ideas about how you can support National Disability Employment Awareness Month, visit www.dol.gov/ndeam. Suggestions range from simple, such as putting up a poster, to comprehensive, such as implementing a disability education program. Regardless, all play an important part in fostering a more inclusive workforce, one where every person is recognized for his or her abilities — every day of every month.