Impact Stories

Numotion Foundation Partners with Texas Ramp Project (Dallas)

March 17, 2020

The Numotion Foundation partnered with Texas Ramp Project in the Dallas area to build six ramps for persons in need of a ramp but who could not afford them. Over 60 Numotion Foundation volunteers (and several Numotion vehicles) were utilized and the team was enthusiastic to help provide resident access to the community. The day began early with several Numotion Foundation volunteers meeting at the Texas Ramps warehouse to load material at 7 am. The remaining volunteers met at recipient homes 8 am. Before lunch, all six ramps (over 100 ramp feet)…

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Numotion Foundation FUNraisers

February 13, 2020

The first-ever Numotion Foundation “FUNraiser” took place last year at the Numotion National Leadership Conference in San Antonio, Texas. Once again, Numotion employees at the Numotion National Leadership Conference in Dallas hosted a wheelchair basketball tournament and games to benefit the Numotion Foundation. However this year Numotion also invited local teams across the country to host their own events in support of the Foundation. In Apex,  North Carolina and in Rocky Hill, Conn., teams hosted corn hole (or bags) competitions. In Hazelwood, Mo., employees were able to bid on silent…

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The Miracle League of Music City

November 12, 2019

“We are thrilled that the Numotion Foundation has signed on to help us reach our goal of building a Miracle in Music City! This project would not be possible without support from the Numotion Foundation and the Nashville community!”  Carly Hill, The Miracle League of Music City The Miracle League of Music City (MLMC) is a 501(c)3 non -profit based out of Nashville, TN. The goal of the MLMC is to construct a complex where anyone, regardless of ability can get outside and be active with a game of baseball,…

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The ALS Association Tennessee Chapter’s Walk to Defeat ALS

October 31, 2019

The Numotion Foundation is proud to work with the ALS Association as one of its national partners to help raise awareness in the fight against ALS. Numotion Foundation volunteers have offered their time and support at over 130 Walks nationwide.  Members of Numotion’s  Brentwood team and their families volunteered to walk on behalf of the Numotion Foundation and Team Trickett in their Walk to Defeat ALS on Saturday.  The ALS Association Tennessee Chapter‘s Walk to Defeat ALS was a huge success exceeding their goal and raising over $260,000! “The Numotion Foundation is proud…

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Destination Rehab’s 3rd Annual SOAR! Activity Day

October 24, 2019

Central Oregon nonprofit Destination Rehab hosted an activity day for adults with neurologic conditions. This all-day event took place in Bend, Oregon on September 14, 2019, at the Bend Pavilion. They had over 100 people present at the event. This year’s event highlighted many community groups, who donated their time and funds to make the event happen. Oregon Adaptive Sports showcased their adaptive rock climbing, hand cycling, and kayak programs. The Numotion Foundation was this year’s platinum business sponsor and provided wheelchairs for participants to use in an onsite obstacle…

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Cars & Cures

October 15, 2019

The Second Annual Cars & Cures Car Show and Family Fun Day took place at Mill Creek Automotive and Mill Creek Brewery. For a second year, this community event featured Project Alive, a non-profit organization with one simple goal: to cure Hunter syndrome. Cars & Cures includes a car show, musical performances, food trucks, games, bounce houses, a car wash, and a chance to meet Case Hogan and Cole Stephens and their families. Case and Cole are two local boys with the rare and fatal disease Hunter syndrome, which affects…

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Sing Me a Story

October 7, 2019

About Sing Me a Story The Numotion Foundation has partnered with The Sing Me a Story Foundation to share unique stories of kids served by the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) and United Cerebral Palsy (UCP). The MDA and UCP have a deep commitment to transforming the lives of adults, children, and families affected by neuromuscular diseases (muscular dystrophy, ALS and other related diseases) and cerebral palsy, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and other conditions. Sing Me a Story, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization based in Nashville, TN, combines the imaginations of children with the talents…

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Opulent Mobility

September 26, 2019

Arts Unbound, a gallery and studio dedicated to artists with disabilities, partnered with Opulent Mobility to host their annual exhibition. The show featured more than thirty artworks by artists from around the glove with re-imaginings of mobility and devices used by people with disabilities in the form of sculpture, photography and painting, collage and video. The Numotion Foundation was proud to sponsor the exhibition with the mission to support organizations that work towards enhancing the lives of people with disabilities in communities of common interest. The artists of Opulent Mobility 2019 are…

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4th Annual Capital City Cornhole Classic

September 24, 2019

Shangri-La and Salem Ale Works teamed up to host the fourth annual Capital City Cornhole Classic on Saturday, Sept. 7 on the lawn of the State Capitol. This friendly-competition tournament featured over 30 lanes of cornhole – a popular backyard game that involves throwing corn or resin-filled bags at a raised platform with a hole in it 27 feet away. The Capital City Cornhole Classic hosted players from Vancouver to Eugene and beyond. “We are proud to announce that because of the Numotion Foundation’s help this year’s event produced a…

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Oregon Spinal Cord Injury Group’s Adaptive Camping Event

September 24, 2019

The Oregon Spinal Cord Injury Group hosted 2 events, one at Honeyman State Park and the other at Milo McIver State Park. Each event was hosted by Oregon Spinal Cord Injury Connection and Adventures Without Limits (AWL). They partnered with Oregon Parks and Rec Department (OPRD) and Oregon Health and Outdoors Initiative. OPRD modified group sites to be accessible for their needs, by removing one side/bench of picnic tables so more than one person in a wheelchair could eat together, by providing a 6’x10′ mat table for people to change, by…

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