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April 2-4, 2020

Impact of SportsAbility

SportsAbility is so much more than simply fun and games. There are countless health, wellness, vocational and financial benefits to investing in the well-being of our community. Becoming involved in SportsAbility will be mutually beneficial!

Ways to support SportsAbility

There are lots of ways you can help SportsAbility. Which one is most appealing to you?

  • Become a partner with a financial sponsorship or donate – This is where we need the most support!
  • Have a booth at the Expo (Limited # available – First Come / First Serve)
  • Be recognized for a donation of in-kind goods or services
  • Volunteer
  • Promote SportsAbility through your social media / Display and Forward the SportsAbility Poster

Note: Recognition is subject to print deadlines; to best utilize marketing opportunities, please contact us as soon as possible.


Sponsorship Brochure

Here you will find the details for each sponsorship level.

Download printable brochure

Register as a sponsor or exhibitor

Why partner with FDOA and SportsAbility?

Associate your brand with a good cause
90% of consumers say they would switch to another brand if it was associated with a good cause (according to GoodCause), and that number keeps growing.

Reach decision makers
SportsAbility marketing reaches FDOA’s 18,000 members plus thousands more throughout Florida who are business leaders and decision makers.

Buying power of people with disabilities
People with disabilities make up a significant market segment, about 20% of the population (according to the Centers for Disease Control) who often feel products and programs are not welcoming or even meant for them.

FDOA knows how to appeal to our audience
With 30 years of experience developing programs that reach people of all abilities, we have a loyal membership base that will listen to our message.


photo of Jim Murdaugh, Ph.D., President, Tallahassee Community College“Sponsoring SportsAbility was more than goodwill. It promoted Tallahassee Community College’s programs for people of all abilities and provided a customized partnership with field study opportunities for students as well as other benefits.”
~ Jim Murdaugh, Ph.D., President, Tallahassee Community College

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