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. This is a work in progress as we adapt to the ever changing climate so stick with us as we continue to support the men of Pi Kappa Phi and people with disabilities together!
Virtual 5k & 1 Mile Challenge
Such a big part of what makes The Ability Experience so special are the social interactions and relationships that are built between athletes leading up to, and during, a race weekend. We want to be able to continue to provide the opportunity for those shared experiences even as we continue to socially distance ourselves. We encourage participants of ALL abilities to run, walk and roll with us for this 5k or 1 Mile challenge!Accept the Challenge
Virtual Friendship Visits
To help provide community for many of our friends with disabilities across the country, we have organized Virtual Friendship Visits throughout the summer. We will be partnering with organizations to provide you with opportunities to make new friends by joining in on virtual dance parties, games, campfires and more.Learn More
Ask Anything Panel
Awareness is a key step to being an advocate and friend for the disability community. Each month, we will pull together a panel of people representing the disability community to answer your questions about their lived experience. The panels are here to engage in dialogue, lend their prospective and help elevate your understanding.Check it Out
Gaming for Inclusion
A new way for men of Pi Kappa Phi and people with disabilities to virtually interact with one another. Whether you join scheduled tournaments throughout the year or host your own, it is a great way for folks to connect through some friendly competition!Let's Play
Donate today to support these, and future, virtual experiences to help create a community, one relationship at a time, where the abilities of all people are recognized and valued!
(especially in a virtual, socially distant setting)!