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  • Blaze Sports Georgia
    Blaze Sports provides sports training, competitions, summer camps and other sports and recreational opportunities for youth and adults who use wheelchairs, have a visual impairment, have an amputation, or who have a neurological disability such as cerebral palsy or spina bifida. Participant ages range, depending on the program, from 6 years through adulthood. For more information please visit or call (770) 850-8199.
  • Camp Kudzu
    Camp Kudzu’s mission is to educate, empower, and inspire children, teens, and their families living with type 1 diabetes (T1D). For more than 23 years, Camp Kudzu has provided inspiring year-round programming that empowers children, teens, and their families living with T1D to gain confidence, make connections with their peers, and increase knowledge about living a healthy life with diabetes. As Georgia’s largest provider of diabetes self-management education and support services, Camp Kudzu fills an important need for children aged 5 to 18 living with insulin-dependent diabetes. For more information please visit:  
    DisABILITY BOOKS offers books of interest to parents of children with disabilities, family members, and professionals who serve children and their families, as well as books of interest to adults with disabilities. For more information please visit

  • Georgia Deaf Golfers Association
    The Georgia Deaf Golfers' Association has a mission to (A) welcome the members and guests to involve in our GDGA Tournament events; (B) to develop participation in local, regional, national and deaf golf competition events; and (C) to provide social deaf members and their friends. For more information, please visit:

  • Georgia Radio Reading Service (GaRRS)
    As the State’s only radio reading service, the Georgia Radio Reading Service (GaRRS) is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 1980 whose mission is to improve the quality of life for every Georgian who is blind, visually-impaired or has difficulty with access to the printed word. Through sub channel radio transmission and streamlining on the internet, more than 200 volunteer readers from across Georgia deliver approximately 150 different broadcasts each month including cover-to-cover readings of magazines, newspapers, and books, population-specific programming (Seniors, Veterans and Hispanic/Latino News), public service announcements and information regarding community-support programs. GaRRS programs are broadcast 7 days a week, 24 hours a day by way of special sub channel (SCA) radio receivers and an audio streaming link from their website. For more information please visit or call (404) 685-2820 / (800) 672-6173 (toll free).

  • Georgia State Parks
    Georgia's State Parks & Historic Sites are committed to making facilities and programs accessible to everyone. All lodges have accessible rooms, meeting facilities and restaurants. Most parks offer accessible cottages, campsites, fishing piers, nature trails and picnic areas. For more information please visit or call 1 (800) 864-7275 (Toll Free) or (404) 656-2770 (Headquarters).
  • ShowAbility
    SHOWAbility is for people with visible and invisible disabilities and the supportive people who love them. SHOWAbility is the ally that uplifts the gifts of people with disabilities to be valued and enjoyed by the world without limitations or barriers. In a visible, catchy, and fun-loving way, all of SHOWAbility programming seek to increase awareness and visibility for the talents and capabilities of people with disabilities so they can pursue their dream to shine on stage while being valued for their uniqueness. SHOWAbility is on the leading edge, initiating unique change by fearlessly creating programming that “values differences”, “enjoys similarities”, and “embraces oneness” of all people without being patronizing.  All are seen as able; not unable, broken, or sick. For more information please visit:
  • ​​​​​​​Southeastern Deaf Golfers' Association
    The objectives of the Association are:
    To have an annual golf tournament in the region known as the southeastern section of the United States (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia) -and- to provide the membership the opportunity to socialize and share their mutual interest of golf. For more information please visit
  • USA Deaf Sports Federation
    The purpose of the USA Deaf Sport Federation is to foster and regulate uniform rules of competition and provide social outlets for deaf members and their friends; serve as a parent organization of national sports organizations; conduct annual athletic competitions; and assist in the participation of US Teams in international competition. For more information please visit or call (605) 367-5761 (TTY) or (605) 367-5760 (Voice).