Do you remember a Nike ad/poster from the 90s? Had a picture of a solitary runner and copy that read:

There are clubs you can’t belong to, neighborhoods you can’t live in, schools you can’t get into, but the roads are always open.

At Variety, we believe that those roads should be just as open to kids with special needs.

That’s why, every year, we award one Variety family with a brand-new, wheelchair-accessible van, and give lots of other kids therapeutic bikes.

It’s true with everything we do, but most obvious with these programs, that we never say stop, and always say go.

“…surfing the web I came across a girl testing out her new adaptive tricycle from Variety. Her laughter & joy were priceless. This was the beginning of that same joy coming into our neighborhood.” - Cincere's Grandmother

“The new van means commuting to college (to study Organizational Leadership) is no longer an issue.”  - Kaci