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Experience the Joy of Scuba Diving – NBC5

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Hear from our co-founders, Kari-Ann and Dale, as they discuss the collective passion they have as a SCUBA family for the magic of diving and the freedom of the underwater world. They’re proud to have a diverse, compassionate team from all walks of life that care about sharing the life-changing experience of SCUBA with everyone.

The Adapt-Able Foundation Partners with Texas Wesleyan to Provide Adaptive Scuba

Texas Wesleyan University

Adapt-Able Foundation has been using pools all over North Texas to help bring together adaptive and able-bodied people to experience scuba diving. Starting November 2023, Texas Wesleyan University will officially be its home pool.
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Scuba Diving Offers Escape for those with Disabilities

San Antonio Express News

Melendez and Dale Davis, a fellow Navy veteran and scuba instructor, created the Adapt-Able Foundation in 2019, a non-profit that helps people dive with disabilities.
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Honoring our Veterans with American-Made Heroes Foundation

NBC5 DFW

We learn how Evan Williams is honoring those who’ve served through their American-Made Heroes Foundation.
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Evan Williams American-Made Heroes Foundation Fund Announces 2022 Grant Recipients

Kentucky Bourbon Trail

“The 2022 recipients of the American-Made Heroes Foundation Fund grants are an amazing group of organizations whose dedication to serving their fellow veterans is not only inspiring, but deserving of recognition,” said Molly Vincent, Evan Williams Senior Brand Manager.  View Article

Scuba diving more accessible for those with disabilities with Texas Wesleyan’s help

The Dallas Morning News

The Adapt-Able Foundation will use the university’s facilities as its “home pool” to safely teach people with seen and unseen disabilities how to scuba.
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Texas Wesleyan and Adapt-Able Foundation announce partnership within scuba program

Fort Worth Report

Texas Wesleyan University and nonprofit Adapt-Able Foundation announced their partnership with the university’s scuba program Nov. 18 at the Sid Richardson Center, 1175 Collard St.
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