David Zimmerman

David Zimmerman's Fundraiser

Help Wynne and Mae raise money to get kids and adults with disabilities onto the slopes! image

Help Wynne and Mae raise money to get kids and adults with disabilities onto the slopes!

Help us reach our fundraising goal to support Achieve Tahoe!

We are no longer accepting donations on this campaign, but there are other ways for you to support us today!

$2,100 towards $2,075

The girls see these adaptive athletes out on the slopes at Alpine Meadows almost every time we ski, so one day we stopped into the Achieve Tahoe base and asked how we could help. They told us about their Ability Challenge fundraiser, and the girls immediately wanted to get to work. The other day, we went up on the mountain to try to get a better idea of what it must be like for these kids and adults to overcome their challenges and get out on the slopes. Watch below...

Based in North Lake Tahoe . . . . Achieve Tahoe
leads the way in adaptive sports and recreation for people with disabilities. With over 50 years experience, our trained staff and volunteers guide you in discovering life without limits. Our specialized adaptive equipment and teaching methods allow us to accommodate almost ANYone with ANY disability.

Our Mission is to provide affordable inclusive physical and recreational activities that build health and confidence.

Brief History In 1967 Jim Winthers, a World War II Veteran of the 10th Mountain Division and Director of the Soda Springs Ski School, brought together a group of Vietnam Veterans to support each other as they learned to cope with their disabilities. These Veterans taught themselves and others how to ski. From there, our organization was born.

Achieve Tahoe has continued its rehabilitation orientation and remains dedicated to the belief that sports are a vital part of the process in which individuals with disabilities gain self-confidence, mobility, and greater independence. Our programs promote education, socialization and employment. They help turn tragedy into triumph by instilling in participants the knowledge that it's not their disabilities, but their abilities that count.

Family Orientation We encourage the whole family to participate in many of our programs and activities. This can strengthen family bonds while ending the isolation of individuals with disabilities by uniting families through recreational activities.