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Ways to Give

A collage of images: two woman playing up/down tennis, children playing power soccer, and two men bicycling and handcycling

Passion becomes purpose at Lakeshore when you support our mission. On #GivingTuesday, we invite you to turn your #PassionIntoPurpose by making a gift in one of these ways.

Join these individuals and organizations that turned their #PassionIntoPurpose through giving.

A golfer sitting in an accessible golf cart next to his caddy

Fran Pearce of Selma, AL is passionate about golf. She and her late husband, David, the former president of the Alabama Golf Association, loved to travel the country playing top courses. When David became disabled, they were able to purchase a Paramobile accessible golf cart and continue their hobby that can be largely inaccessible to people with a disability. After David’s passing, Fran generously donated the cart to Lakeshore and funded staff training so other disabled golfers may get on the greens and pursue a healthy, active life. Thank you, Fran, for your commitment to making your passion more accessible to more people.

Two children using wheelchairs play badminton

Children’s of Alabama is passionate about supporting children with disabilities and understands the vital role access to sport and physical activity plays in a child’s health and wellness. That is why they opened Children’s at Lakeshore, an outpatient therapy clinic located on our campus to bridge the gap between Children’s services and Lakeshore’s youth aquatics, sports and recreation programs. Thank you, Children’s of Alabama, for helping build a strong, supportive community where kids with disabilities can realize their full potential.

A man wearing a Navy military shirt throws a javelin

The Daniel Foundation is passionate about strengthening Alabama communities and improving our quality of life. Daniel Foundation Director Maria Kennedy says that supporting the disability community in Alabama is integral to the Foundation’s overall mission. They contributed to our building construction in 2001, supported our Lima Foxtrot injured military programs, and most recently funded a grant to complete our new outdoor spaces. Thank you, Daniel Foundation, for your continued support and partnership.