Matrix is proud to partner with the following nonprofit organizations.
Project VisAbility supports and encourages all fitness facilities to offer group classes taught by capable, physically challenged instructors.
Project VisAbility promotes and advocates inclusive fitness at the highest, most visible level by working to provide jobs in the areas of health and fitness for those with physical challenges. For more information visit projectvisability.org.
Augie's Quest, MDA's ALS research initiative, is an aggressive, cure-driven effort focused on finding treatments and cures for ALS.
MDA's ALS Division is the world leader among voluntary agencies in fighting ALS, offering the most comprehensive range of services, including a national network of clinics. MDA has dedicated more than $250 million to ALS research and services. MDA's Augie's Quest is solely dedicated to funding ALS research. In five years, more than $26 million has been raised by MDA's Augie's Quest. One hundred percent of all donations to MDA's Augie's Quest go directly to research. For more information visit augiesquest.org
Challenged Athletes Foundation
Established in 1997, the Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) is a unique organization that recognizes the athletic greatness inherent in all people with physical challenges and supports their athletic endeavors by providing grants for training, competition and equipment needs. For more information visit challengedathletes.org.