BUILDING A BETTER US.

WE’RE ON A MISSION TO EMPOWER COMMUNITIES!

“DON’T LET YOUR STRUGGLE BE YOUR IDENTITY.”

 

Ellie Jade's Photo of Wesley HamiltonDisabled But Not Really (DBNR) was founded with the vision to empower those with disabilities to live with a limitless mindset. But now, I’m even more resolute in supporting the broader Black community in our fight against daily and pervasive injustice. The Black community deserves a limitless mindset too. It’s time to build a better world.

To create and celebrate an inclusive and diverse community filled with individuals who are inspired to live their best lives, DBNR will only align with partners that share the same values and goals. DBNR is taking action to disassociate with current partners who have not supported our mission and vision.

Leaving those partnerships means that DBNR needs a new facility and program support for our adaptive athlete community. Our goal is to build an inclusive and accessible facility for a community that largely lacks acknowledgment and representation. Within such a space, we can continue growing the reach and impact of our #HelpMeFit Challenge.

Your neighbors need your help. Inspire limitless mindsets. DONATE TODAY. Now is the time for CHANGE. Will you be a part of it?

Our sincerest thanks to everyone for your continuous support. We can’t wait to show you what’s next. If you’d like to know more ways to support our mission, please email us at info@dbnrkc.org and make sure to follow us on social media for updates

Thank you,
Wesley Hamilton
Founder, CEO
The Disabled But Not Really Foundation

OUR VISION FOR A NEW FACILITY

Disabled But Not Really is a 501(c)3 organization providing equal access to the underserved disabled community; through programs that focus on fitness, wellness, and mental health.

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