Question:  Please share a brief description of mission, objectives and community served: 


Answer:  Outdoors for All’s mission is to enrich the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities through adaptive recreation. Our vision is a world in which people with disabilities may recreate whenever and wherever they choose. Each year we provide life transforming recreation experiences to thousands of individuals in eight counties throughout the state.

Question:  Please provide information regarding the demographics of the people you serve, including race/ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, education, income level, etc.: 

Answer:  Outdoors for All provides access to recreation programming to adults and children with physical, intellectual, developmental, and sensory disabilities. Our participant ages range from our youngest at five-years-old to our eldest at 101! This includes individuals of all races/ethnicities, orientations, education and income levels.

Question: Organization Size (number of paid staff and volunteers):


Answer:  We currently employ 18 year-round staff, 10 seasonal staff, and utilize over 800 volunteers annually.


Question: Please provide a summary of your budget for the current fiscal year:


  • Total budget: (income – expenses) -$157,444

  • Total income: $3,179,135

  • Total expenses: $3,336,579

Our Board of Directors approved a budget deficit this fiscal year as we remain invested in staffing levels that will allow us to recover program operations to pre-pandemic levels.


Question: What is the breakdown of your income sources (percentage received from individuals, corporations, foundations, government, earned income, etc.)?


Individuals and private foundations 49%

Volunteer services (in-kind) 11%

Donated equipment 6%

Contracts and gov’t grants 6%

Special events 16%

Investments 4%

Enrollment (program fees) 7%


Question: How will you use our $10,000 donation? Please be specific, for example: 


Answer:  A $10,000 donation to Outdoors for All will support our ability to provide access to adaptive recreation opportunities to more people with disabilities. For example, $10,000 could sponsor 100 adaptive week-long cycle rentals or a seven-week adaptive ski lesson series for ten individuals. Since the pandemic, the cost to deliver programs has increased by 25%. A gift of $10,000 would help us underwrite program expenses to keep them financially accessible to our participants.