Achieve Tahoe Military Opportunities
Through out the season we offer discounted rates for our Military Veterans and active duty service members with permanent disabilities.
There are also extended, overnight camps that take place in Lake Tahoe a select few weeks throughout the year.
Please contact Marina for more information: marina at achievetahoe.org or call 530.581.4161 x 6
Rebuilding the Lives of our Disabled Veterans through Sports
Achieve Tahoe's Military Sports Program provides year round sports opportunities for Veterans of the Armed Services disabled in the service of our country. Our organization was founded by wounded veterans returning from Vietnam, who pioneered ways to stay active and foster reintegration back to society.
Five decades of experience has shown that early intervention with active sports results in successful rehabilitation. These soldiers, airmen and marines benefit greatly from activities that will show them the promise of a bright and active future. Outdoor sports provide this. With the proper adaptive equipment and trained instructors, most can successfully learn a sport - almost any sport - in ONE day.
Achieve Tahoe usually provides these opportunities free of charge. In some cases including transportation, lodging, adaptive equipment and individualized instruction in a a variety of winter and summer sports. Family members and care providers are encouraged to participate as well.
If you are a disabled veteran and are interested in participating in one of our events, please contact Marina Gardiner at 530-581-4161 ext 6; marina at achievetahoe.org.
Thank you for your service!
Support the Program!
Achieve Tahoe provides winter and summer adaptive sports for disabled military service members and their families. These programs at Lake Tahoe are available mostly free of charge because of many generous donors and sponsors. These vital services are funded from private sector groups, individual donations and our generous sponsors and partners listed below. Your donation is needed more than ever to support a veteran with a disability.