While we may be apart and unable to hold in-person events, our drive to provide meaningful shared experiences is unwavering. We have shifted some events to virtual platforms and have created new opportunities to meet folks where they are during this time.
The Ability Experience is committed to supporting our members, chapters, volunteers, and partner organizations during the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). At this time, our staff is focused on incorporating safe and healthy practices to ensure the long-term success of our fraternity and those we serve. As this situation is fast-moving and constantly evolving, we will continue to provide updates and recommendations through this page.
The Ability Experience creates experiences that promote the abilities of all people and works to eliminate the labels that unfairly define us, especially for those living with disabilities. Because disability doesn’t mean ‘inability.’ And through millions in donations and millions of Pi Kappa Phi member man-hours, we’re working to change the dialogue around disabilities and champion the abilities of all.
Since our Journey of Hope team members will not be able to cover the miles themselves, we are calling on Pi Kappa Phi alumni and Pi Alphas to help cover the miles that will be missed on Journey of Hope this year due to COVID-19.
Since Journey of Hope is going virtual, we want to make sure we cover all 11,965 miles of the three routes. So, whether you choose to cycle one mile or 1,000 miles, you can help celebrate and support the friends and organizations that will miss in-person visits this summer!