GSIL’s 10th Annual Hoops on Wheels

Saturday, June 5, 2021

 

GSIL’s 10th Annual wheelchair basketball fundraiser, Hoops on Wheels will be Saturday at Memorial Field in Concord, NH. Hoops on Wheels is an all-day basketball tournament where players maneuver the court using wheelchairs – whether they have a disability or not! We are increasing the ways to participate this year to include some traditional ‘field day’ activities to take full advantage of the outdoor setting and offerings at Memorial Field.

Registration will open April 1st.

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Hoops on Wheels is an all-day basketball tournament where players maneuver the court using wheelchairs – whether they have a disability or not!   In honor of our 10th year, we are increasing the ways to participate to include some traditional ‘field day’ activities to take full advantage of the outdoor setting and offerings at Memorial Field.

Grab 8-10 of your friends, family and/or colleagues to compete in this year’s tournament.  You choose your league – go for the gold in the competitive bracket or keep it recreational with round robin.  Each team is responsible for fundraising $1000 (~125/player).  Proceeds support the independence and empowerment of people living with disabilities in NH.

Admission is free!! 

Register now by clicking here, or give us a call at 603.410.6503

Interested in becoming a SPONSOR and supporting our mission? We have a wide variety of opportunities available!

Consumer Success Story

After a recent spinal cord injury resulted in paraplegia, Kevin’s life soon changed. The staff at GSIL worked closely with him through his rehabilitation, offering resources, peer support and mentoring as well as assisting him in networking with his community to set goals. Kevin obtained 2 accessible vehicles, had his own apartment and sat on several different disability related committees. He participated in barrier.

free recreation and peer support groups. With some guidance from GSIL staff, Kevin obtained a hand cycle through Challenge Athletes Foundation. In the fall of 2019, he did the research to find an accessible subsidized apartment. He spoke with his employer about a transfer in jobs to the franchise in the city to which he was moving. He now had a job waiting for him as well!

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