Throughout the year, Walton Foundation for Independence holds a number of fundraising events and other activities supporting our mission of increasing independence and hope to all those affected by a disability. To participate or for sponsorship information, contact us at 706-826-5809.
For a full listing of all Walton events, including our free monthly sports activities, visit our Events Calendar.
Join us as competitors will challenge one another for the title of best chili, best stew/soup and/or best cornbread, all for a great cause—adaptive sports for persons with disabilities right here in the CSRA!
Walton Foundation for Independence and NeuroRestorative Georgia host an annual walk for stroke and brain injury survivors, families and supporters that raises awareness and benefits the Augusta Brain Injury Support Group.
Held in conjunction with the Undercover Artists Show, this 5K run/walk in downtown Augusta is held in the memory of friend and artist Kathy Girdler Engler.
Sponsored by the Walton Foundation, artists with disabilities from throughout the state of Georgia showcase award-winning works of art during this annual juried art show.
Enjoy adaptive water skiing, tubing, kayaking, swimming and outdoor games at this annual event offered by WFI and Augusta University Health.
At Camp To Be Independent, kids (and young adults) with traumatic brain injuries can just be kids during this free annual weeklong, spend-the-night camp.
Part of the Georgia Wheelchair Tennis Grand Prix, the Walton Foundation Wheelchair Tennis Championship hosts wheelchair tennis athletes from across the Southeast.
On August 14 to 21, 2017, Walton Foundation for Independence will host the region’s first-ever Restaurant Week, showcasing the CSRA’s local flavors and benefiting programs for persons with disabilities.
A signature event on Augusta’s fall calendar, this annual golf fundraiser brings together golfers from throughout the community playing to support the Walton Foundation’s mission. The fundraiser is named after longtime foundation chair Phil S. Harison Sr.
The Adaptive Golf Challenge closes the Walton Foundation’s Adaptive Golf Clinic season. The event matches an adaptive golfer with three community golfers for a day of play to raise funds for the foundation’s golf program and Camp To Be Independent.
Moms, dads, siblings and kids and young adults with disabilities are all invited to play and participate in fun activities in camp together during this unique, weekend-long event.