Sports and Fitness
JAAM Classic 360 presented by Nothing but net

Friday, January 19, 2024

Presenting Sponsor

Nothing but NET

“Fore The Kids” Sponsors

Blue Cross Blue Shield Arizona; An Independent License of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association

In Kind Donors

TPC Scottsdale
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Contact

Meghan Fable
Director of Development
Ability360
MeghanF@ability360.org

Ability360 Fundraising Events

Registration

Don’t miss the chance to play TPC Scottsdale just 20 days before the pros at the 2024 WM Phoenix Open.

Event is limited to 108 golfers so register today!

Join us to support youth adaptive sports in Arizona by helping us provide access to sports programming and youth equipment grants.

Help us swing into 2024 and make a difference in the lives of the youth we serve.

When
Friday, January 19, 2024

Where
TPC Scottsdale

Learn more – TPC

Event Schedule
9:30 a.m. registration & breakfast
11 a.m. shotgun start

Lunch provided on the course
Post event reception and presentation to follow play

Accessibility
If you have any questions regarding accessibility needs at TPC Scottsdale, please contact Meghan Fable at MeghanF@ability360.org

 

JAAM & Ability360 Athlete Updates

Evan

Evan is an Ability360 and JAAM alumnus who is the Head Coach of Para Track and Field at the University of Alabama in their inaugural season. During his senior year, Evan won a National Championship for the wheelchair basketball team at Alabama. Sports have always been important to Evan, as a spectator and a participant. He found adaptive sport young and the opportunities afforded him through sport has formed the man he is becoming. He plans to stay Alabama and build a new wheelchair track program with Alabama Adapted.

Evan

Molly

After a cancer diagnosis in 2021 Molly, was left unable to play soccer. She found herself at a loss. She didn’t know how she could ever be active again and missed so much being part of a team. Molly soon found wheelchair basketball and fell in love. Although basketball was new, the feeling of being on a team and her competitive nature soon kicked in. At the end of her first season on basketball Molly was fitted for a JAAM chair through their grant program. She’s got many more seasons to play and can’t wait to see where her new chair will take her.

Mo

Mo

Mo started playing wheelchair basketball in 2019. His coaches recognized his talents right away and he was able to get a customized ball chair through the JAAM Grant process in 2021. Here is what Mo had to say when he got his chair “ I just picked my chair and  wanted to say thank you so much once again me and my mom are really grateful for you guys. I still can’t stop smiling right now! The chair fit me so good, my whole game is gonna change to better next year💪🏽“

Mo is starting his sophomore year at the University of Illinois and currently plays for the men’s wheelchair basketball team.

Mo

Lyndsie

Lyndsie started playing wheelchair basketball in 2019. When she switched to a more competitive team in 2021. We were blessed when we got the grant for a basketball chair for her from JAAM. She absolutely loved making the chair hers. She has progressed so much and is able to do what she loves in a good fit! We are so grateful for JAAM. She will move on to the Ability360 women’s team next season.

Mo

Will

Will has been an Ability360 athlete since 2018. He started his basketball journey at an early age; he was very reserved young man but through sports has turned into one of our senior players and leaders on our Varsity team. He’s become someone our younger players look up to as well as look to as an example. It’s been amazing watching him grow over the years and Will is setting his sights on college when he graduates high school in a few years and his coaches are confident in him achieving that goal.

Mo