Nonprofit Charitable Organization

Our Mission

To assist persons with physical challenges to Recover, Inspire, Succeed, and Empower themselves and others by providing inclusive adaptive recreational sports programs.

In an effort to accomplish the RISE Mission at the highest level possible, all RISE Programs are free of charge for persons with physical challenges and family members.

Step 1 - Click Join RISE, Step 2 - Click Calendar, Step 3 - Click the program/date-time, Step 4 - Click electronic form, Step 5 - Submit your reservation details.



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RISE Adaptive Sports is at Globe Life Park in Arlington.

Jeremy running/rolling the bases after the Rangers Game last Sunday!

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RISE Adaptive Sports is at Globe Life Park in Arlington.

Amy Street & Family having a great time at the Rangers game last Sunday!

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RISE Adaptive Sports is at Scion Skatepark at Railroad Park.

Wheelchair Skate make up date held Tuesday, May 21st.

WCMX went well to tonight! We had three participants show up for the event, and they all seemed to have fun, espicially since we had to postpone last week's event!

Jeremy was moving well all over the park and he was really good at going up one of the big ramps and rolling into one of the big drop ins. He also beat his personal best time when it came to pushing himself up one of the steeper hills independently!

Abbie was in good form and she worked on going down ramps and keeping her speed up so that she could complete follow up ramps. She was successful and able to combine a few ramps into the one run and certain points!

Maddie had a really good night and spent the majority of our time skating without the security of her tippy bars. She had a big smile on her face a lot of the time and was pushing to do as much as possible during the two hours!

Everyone left the park looking forward to getting together again next week for another WCMX event.

Robbie Fitzsimmons/RISE Program Manager; 5-21-19
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3 days ago

God Bless all

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RISE Adaptive Sports is with Dylan Warren and 2 others at Meadowmere Park Grapevine Tx.

Team RISE Volunteer Scout Crew surveying our Adaptive Water Sports Park.. dodging large floating logs and trees...

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4 days ago

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RISE Adaptive Sports is at Meadowmere Park Grapevine Tx.

RISE is postponing the Kickin’ off Summer Bash X again as well as all Water Sports Programs indefinitely.

We should get started in June but could be July. To reschedule an exact time frame is impossible currently. RISE will notify you immediately and send mass notifications and marketing material once we know for sure we can get our summer going. We are ready to get started once the lake level recedes, have dry land to access our site, and can provide a safe and accessible experience. RISE will provide a minimum of two weeks’ notice to rescheduled start day.

RISE has “Never” cancelled a summer in our 11 years’ operating on the lake and won’t this year either. Peter Doyle, Grapevine Parks and Recreation Park Manager continues to be highly supportive as well as Team RISE Volunteer Staff. It is out of our hands and up to Mother Nature and the Army Corps of Engineers what we do next. Small rain showers have little effect on the lake level, 3-8 inches of rain in a day or extended days does.

No one is more disappointed than RISE. We are doing everything humanly possible to provide these programs. A crew of dedicated volunteers is working daily to secure our equipment and monitor the situation.

Most of you and almost all our constituency doesn’t really understand the complexities we are dealing with and why we are in this unfortunate situation. In the last 40 days the lake level as risen 17 feet above normal, 3 of those since Saturday’s rains.
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5 days ago

You guys do such AWESOME work! I hope that the weather will turn your way!

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Love everything this organization is about and everything you do. Thank you.

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God Bless all

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RISE Adaptive Sports is with Paul Gray and Ryan Venable at Globe Life Park in Arlington.

RISE Baseball Fans enjoying the Rangers 10th inning with over the Cardinals, great day to be at the Ballpark!

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RISE Adaptive Sports is at Globe Life Park in Arlington.

RISE Day at the Ballpark, 165 Team RISE Baseball Fans TODAY. Send pictures, GO RANGERS!

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RISE Adaptive Sports is at Meadowmere Park Grapevine Tx.

Water Sports start to 2019 still on hold. Team RISE Volunteers worked at stabilizing the dock yesterday for another round of rain today.

We are ready to go once the Corps on Engineers drains some water. Flooding in Houston slowed the process, but we will get there. Hopefully sooner than later.

For those of you that don’t know what we are dealing with these last few years have been a real challenge. Water Sports began 11 years ago, and we have always worked hard to get our programs in. This year will be no exception. Bear with us as we continue to do everything possible…

#norain #risespring2019 #floods #mothernature #notglobalwarming #risesummer2019
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1 week ago

Things just got worse on west coast.. I can't wait til October.. RISE Adaptive Sports to rescue.

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RISE Adaptive Sports is at Skate Outlet.

Wheelchair Skate rescheduled for next Tuesday, May 21st 6-8 pm at Toyota Skate Park, Lewisville. MAKE RESERVATIONS

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RISE Adaptive Sports is with Zach Batchelor at Meadowmere Park Grapevine Tx.

Team RISE Volunteers itching to get on the lake took the jet skis out yesterday to check on our site. That is the only way we can get to our dock. Lake is flooded so hopefully the Corps will start draining so we can get going this summer.

#toomuchwater #riseflood #risespring2019 #nomorerain #jetskis #teamrise
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