Our events, supported by dedicated volunteers, are offered to people with disabilities, friends and families at no cost. All levels of ability, ages and geographic areas are welcome. In fact, people travel from other states to join our events! In addition to donations, there are many ways to offer additional support. Please visit our "Get Involved" page to learn how you can be a part of the mission of the Recreation Council of Greater Kansas City.
FUN FACTS ABOUT RCGKC
5 Years Established • 22 Events Hosted • 3,400 People Served • 34,000 Volunteer Hours
When people are engaged in activities they are more likely to be involved in their communities. Check out our Ability Camps.
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You’ll always know what adaptive sports events are happening in the KC Metro Area via our event calendar.
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News & Events
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RCGKC Directory for Adaptive Resources
CLICK the above to view a Google Map of adaptive sports and organization resources shared with RCGKC.
CLICK HERE to contact us about adding resources to the map.
"In order to offer a full range of empowering, life-affirming experiences and opportunities to those we serve, TWP relies on RCGKC to facilitate and provide the recreation and leisure opportunities that are such critical components of healthy and independent living for everyone, especially for people with disabilities."
- Julie DeJean, CEO, The Whole Person
"It's fun to come out in the community. These are all the same people that come out to our games to show some support, so for us to be able to come out to help give back in any way is always a pleasure and a lot of fun." (RCGKC KC Chiefs Play 60 Ability Camp 2015)
- Alex Smith, Quarterback, Kansas City Chiefs
"This is the only local organization that offers one day events/camps for people with disabilities that include involvement from all of the major sporting teams. It positively impacts these individuals (with disabilities) by giving them the ability to be fully engaged and at the same time creating an unforgettable experience."
- Heidi Eckart, President, All About Autism