Newsletter January 2018
Enable Sports and Fitness would like to wish all our athletes, volunteers, partners, and supporters a Happy and Healthy New Year. 2017 was a year of many "firsts" for ESF and 2018 promises to an exciting new year with many more firsts, as well continuing growth for all our athletes.
Fundraiser Success:
On October 20th was our first Halloween Trivia Night. Thanks to all of you for making it a huge success. All the costumes were a big hit, lots of fun was had!

December 8-9th Penn Charter hosted the Inaugural Invitational Basketball Tournament to benefit Enable SF. Athletes came out and were honorary captains for the team, as well as got to shoot some hoops between games.

We became an Amazon Smile Charitable Organization in 2017. Amazon donates 0.5% of your purchase to Enable so if you haven't signed up yet, go to Amazon.com .

Modell's Team Week ran till Dec 24th donating back to ESF a percentage of your purchases.

Thank you for all who came out to support Enable.
Special Spartans Oct 7, 2017

´╗┐Enable athlete Dan Rosania and volunteers attended the Special Spartans Event @ Citizens Bank Park. Dan completed many obstacles through the stadium being assisted by all your favorite superheros.

Enable & Beyond

* We are proud to announce we will have a Gear Shop set up right from our website. The purchase of ESF gear will continue to support our programs, as well as our future goal.

* January 12-13th Laurie Rosania and Liz Grande will be in NY attending an Autism Fitness Certification Course.

* SJ Magazine noted Laurie Rosania as the Founder of Enable Sports and Fitness and included a write up about the nonprofit organization, as well as her motivation behind it.
Jan 7: Favorite Team Jersey class

Jan 25: Jefferson University Occupational Therapy Assistant Students begin at ESF as a Field Site

Feb 4 : Superhero Theme Class

Feb 9 : Fun Friday Class - TBA

Feb 25: Bowling Fundraiser @ Laurel Lanes

April 22: Enable 5K Run/1 Mile Walk, Tentative date
Ainsley's Angels
* Beginning 2018 Enable SF and AA will be partnering to provide opportunities to the special needs community for endurance events, as well as to spread awareness for an all inclusive healthier fit lifestyle. Dave from Ainsley's Angels will be talking with parents soon about how their son/daughter can roll with the wind in our 5K !! Enable staff will be participating in a few of the AA upcoming events.
More info to follow.....