VOLUNTEER for the Fully Accessible Obstacle Course!

It takes a lot of people to make the fully accessible obstacle course happen. Will you to help us out?

Check out our list of positions via the link below. There’s a lot of variety, so even if you don’t want a physically active position, we have things you can do. It’s a lot of fun–you won’t regret it!

Saturday, September 21, 2019

Easterseals Camp Sunnyside
401 NE 66th Ave, Des Moines, IA

Train to Inspire: Making the seemingly impossible a reality

Our Mission

At Train to Inspire, our mission is to make the seemingly impossible a reality for people with disabilities.

We believe people with disabilities should be given the same opportunities and life experiences others have access to.

Our Story

Train to Inspire was founded by Joe Hogan who has a vision of making the seemingly impossible a reality for people living with disabilities. We focus mostly on physical activities and creating a positive community for our participants. Whether it’s rock climbing, Tae Kwon Do, nerf gun battles, biking, or our premier annual accessible obstacle course, we make sure everyone has a chance to participate and do things many of them have never done before.

We offer free personal training and group fitness for individuals with disabilities. We also have several free monthly events–check them out above!

If you are interested in learning more about Train to Inspire, our events, or want to volunteer, email Tracy at tracy@traintoinspireiowa.org.

Train to Inspire founder Joe Hogan, volunteer Tracy Keninger, and participant Dave Mathis

Train to Inspire founder Joe Hogan with volunteer Tracy Keninger and first  participant Dave Mathis

What our participants say

“Train to Inspire is a fantastic group that helps people with all abilities be involved in the community and do fun things as well as incorporate exercises.” – Whitney

“It is fun to do with your family.” – Korbin

“Thank you for all you have done for Train to Inspire. It has changed my life. Just keep doing what you’re doing and do me a favor keep continuing to change people’s lives. You’re disability is you’re ability. You’re good at what you do. May God bless you.” – Jeremy

“Thanks for your time Tracy Keninger and Joe Hogan and all the volunteers for Train to Inspire.” – Josh

“Thank you Train to Inspire for helping me grow & succeed throughout my life!!” – Aurora