Gear Up Florida and Journey of Hope have returned to in-person shared experiences after last year’s slate of virtual events. Pi Kappa Phi brothers will log 9,000 miles this summer in service to people with disabilities.
Larry and Matthew Keller are brothers and Pi Alphas. We recently had the opportunity to catch up with them on their Journey of Hope experiences and the continued impact it has on their lives and family!
The Ability Experience’s sound fiscal management practices and commitment to accountability and transparency have earned it a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator. We are proud to share this top distinction with you, our students, friends, volunteers, partners, and alumni.
Athletes with and without disabilities teamed up on a run for inclusion at the Gate River Run 15k in Jacksonville, FL on March 20!
We invite you to be help keep 2021 going strong by stepping forward with a donation in support of transformative shared experiences between the men of Pi Kappa Phi and people with disabilities during the pandemic.
THANK YOU to our amazing supporters for giving us reason to smile! You didn’t give up on what connection and hope can look like during this pandemic … and you made some incredible friendships happen.
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.