Helping Children with Disabilities Reach New Heights

Climb-a-thon for Adaptive Climbing

Climb-a-thon for Adaptive Climbing

March 16th marks the anniversary of NYC Adaptive Climbing’s programs in Brooklyn Boulders and Peak Potential will be joining them to celebrate the only way we know how.


Climb-a-thon, raffle prizes from top climbing companies, climbing shoe demos, and a bake sale. It’ll be one part party, one part fundraiser, and 100% fun so come on down and join in the celebration!


Saturday March, 16 2013
from 3:00pm – 9:00pm

Brooklyn Boulders
575 Degraw St. Brooklyn, NY 11217
(corner of 3rd Ave and Degraw St.)



Climbers from Peak Potential and NYC Adaptive Climbing will be climbing to represent our organizations.  Help support adaptive climbing by making pledges and sponsoring these climbers HERE

Don’t know who to sponsor? Check out our Climber Profiles HERE


You can donate directly to the organizations without designating a climber.


So besides sponsoring our climbers how can YOU help?

1. Participate: Participation is open which means for a small donation you can join the party!  Donations (minimum of $25) get you into Brooklyn Boulders to climb, free pizza, and one free raffle ticket!  So grab your climbing buddies and come on out to support adaptive climbing.

2. Bake Sale: Baked goods! and lots of them.  Contribute them! Buy them! Eat them! They’re delicious and all go to helping us get those with disabilities climbing.

3. Volunteer: We’ll be looking for volunteers to belay climbers and man tables.

4. Spread the word: The more the merrier!  It is a celebration after all.  Tell your friends, tell your family, tell your co-workers! It’s going to be an awesome time and they’re not going to want to miss it.

For more information about how you might be able to help with any of these things please feel free to Contact Us.




Peak Potential, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

All proceeds will go to benefit Peak Potential, Inc., NYC Adaptive Climbing, and BKB Foundation


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