Helping Children with Disabilities Reach New Heights

Amazon

Help Peak Potential, Inc. to raise funds Peak Potential is now an Amazon Affiliate.  That means that up to 7% of your purchases can now go to helping children with disabilities experience rock climbing. By simply going through our microsite to find the things you want to buy, Amazon will donate a portion of the sale to Peak.  The items are the same as what you...

News

News

Jan 22, 2013

  Dear Friends, It is hard to believe that this journey that I embarked upon over six months ago has come to an end! And, what a journey it has been! From climbing the steep slopes of Killington Mountain for 14+ miles and over 5000 vertical feet with dozens of obstacles along the way at the Spartan Beast last September to the 39.3 miles of the Goofy...

Support

Support

Jan 22, 2013

Peak Potential has always offered our programs 100% free of charge.  We have been able to accomplish this thanks to our dedicated pool of volunteers, the generous support of the New Jersey Rock Gym, and all the compassionate individuals who have made donations to keep us running.   If you would like to help us, we now have several different ways for you to...

Get Involved

Get Involved

Jan 22, 2013

“A life isn’t significant except for its impact on other lives” – Jackie Robinson Peak Potential is a unique opportunity for anyone interested in a hands-on volunteering experience. The pool of volunteers is incredibly diverse in age and experience. From high school students to medical professionals, from expert climbers to those with no...

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Sep 12, 2012

HOW TO ENROLL YOUR CHILD Peak Potential now offers our adaptive climbing program for children with physical disabilities 4 days a week at 3 different locations across Northern and Central NJ.  Our locations are as follows: Mondays and Thursdays at the NJ Rock Gym in Fairfield, Wednesdays at the Garden State Rocks gym in Morganville, and Fridays at Princeton...

"It was just a challenge for me. That's what we do here, take on challenges" - Evan (participant)