Main fundraiser photo

New Inclusive Gym Model

Tax deductible
Have you heard? I, Wesley Hamilton , and Disabled But Not Really (DBNR) have implemented an innovative gym model. It’s a gym that enables those with disabilities to work out alongside their loved ones. This hybrid model is the first of its kind, but we’re just getting started.

The current gym model is stocked with equipment for adaptive athletes. But the next stage of our plan is to add make a gym that is completely inclusive and accessible. We want to add equipment with video displays featuring instructions in sign language for those with hearing impairments. And we are developing a partnership to make the gym accessible to the visually impaired.

We have found a perfect property for this fully inclusive gym. And there is even space to add adaptive baseball fields. So the plan is ready, but now we need a pool of funds. 

Feeling pumped yet? We’re so appreciative of your contributions to support our future adaptive athlete superstars. Thanks for your consideration.



  • Alex Walsh
    • $20 
    • 3 yrs
  • Shannon Bryson
    • $50 
    • 3 yrs


Wesley Hamilton
Kansas City, MO
The Disabled but not Really Foundation

Your easy, powerful, and trusted home for help

  • Easy

    Donate quickly and easily

  • Powerful

    Send help right to the people and causes you care about

  • Trusted

    Your donation is protected by the GoFundMe Giving Guarantee