What's Happening at Waypoint Adventure


Trails getting crowded? Try ours! We contacted the interactive map service, MapMe.com, and explained that we wanted to put out a resource that would help our community get outside with notes about trail types, accessibility, parking, and more, and they donated a free membership due to the circumstances! We’re so grateful to partner with a company that believes in the power of the outdoors and the importance of sharing resources during this time! Thank you MapMe​! Click here to go to the map: https://viewer.mapme.com/c6e9acd1-fe47-4d48-854b-e71075a84a14 The interactive map includes sites that Waypoint Adventure​ has used over the years. Share it with

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several off road wheelchairs lined up in front of the waypoint garage

Wheelchair Rental Program

We have over 10 different styles of off-road wheelchairs, trikes, and bikes (with motorized and manual options) for any body-type or size and we’re renting them out! Request a Gear Rental Form if you’re interested by emailing Jim at jbradley@nullwaypointadventure.org. A member of our team will contact you and can talk through which chair would be best for you if you’re not sure. You can come pick it up, request delivery, make the payment or suggested donation online (see below for more details), and return it or request pick-up when finished – all without in-person contact if requested. – DAY

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COVID-19 Action at Waypoint

Dear Waypoint Community, The safety and well-being of our participants, employees, and community is our highest priority. As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread, we wanted to share our current plans and the steps we are taking to help protect all involved. As the information available continues to evolve, we are closely monitoring guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and health officials around the country. As an organization, we will continue to rely on their recommendations and expertise to inform our decisions. As a result, our April 2nd Annual Fundraiser at the Brae Burn Country Club is

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Carter School Partnership

At Waypoint Adventure, we talk about the importance of community all the time. There is no better example of this than on our programs with the Carter School. The Carter School is a Boston Public School high school for students with both severe, intensive disabilities and complex health needs. Carter students and their families participated in hiking and kayaking programs last spring. Three communities came together to make these programs possible: the Carter School, the Snowden International School, and Waypoint Adventure. All Carter students and their families were given the chance to participate on a program in the Blue Hills

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GROWTH FOR LIFE Dear Waypoint Community, Due to caronavirus concerns, we have canceled our April 2nd Annual Fundraiser. We will be releasing virtual alternatives that will still celebrate our 10-year anniversary, bid farewell to Co-Founder Adam Combs, and raise important funds. We will be sharing video messages from three members of the community that were selected as event speakers in the coming weeks to explain why Waypoint creates opportunities that allow growth for life. I’m sure you can imagine this is a difficult reality, especially given that this is our biggest fundraiser throughout the year, bringing in 35% of our annual

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Picture of Waypoint's Co-Founder, Adam Combs

On to New Adventures – The Transition of a Co-Founder

Dear Friends, It is with many emotions that I write to inform you that I’ve decided to step down from my position of Co-Executive Director at Waypoint Adventure and move on to new adventures. I am excited and full of hope for the next chapter of Waypoint with my best friend and colleague Dan Minnich at the helm as Executive Director. It has been an honor to be a part of the founding and development of this incredible organization over the past 10 years. Wow. It’s crazy to think it’s been 10 years! I honestly don’t know where to begin. My mind

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