Join the 50 in 50 Challenge!

We invite you to be part of our new 50 in 50 Challenge to raise the important funds for our programs for youth and adults living with a disability!  

How does it work? You choose any activity that you want and log 50 miles in 50 days. Walk, run, roll, cycle, paddle, row, kayak, swim, or whatever moves you.  You could even combine a few activities. The best part? You can complete your 50 miles safely indoors at home or outdoors anywhere AND over as many - or as few - days as you want (50 days maximum) while observing suggested physical distancing guidelines.    

Whatever you choose, we encourage you to complete your 50 in 50 Challenge between July 19th and September 7th (Labor Day), 2020.  That's as little as 1 mile a day!

There is no fundraising minimum (we suggest a minimum of $500) and your $50 registration fee will be counted toward the fundraising goal that you set.  You’ll have all of the tools to create your own fundraising page and to share it!  Donations for the 50 in 50 Challenge must be received by October 13th.  

Questions? Check out these FAQs.  Still have questions? Email us!

Sign up today for the 50 in 50 Challenge!                                                               



 Donate to a 50 in 50  individual participant or team participant! Visit the LEADERBOARD.

Participant resources:

Whether you're just kicking off your 50 in 50, updating your progress, or have finished your challenge - we can't wait to see. Share what you're up to!  #50in50ASA  #goACCESS  #ChallengeYourself   Share and follow along on Facebook, Instagram, & TikTok. 

Download your 50 in 50 bib.    Download your 50 in 50 sign/banner.  

How to use your Bib or Banner:

  1. Print out your Bib (8"x8") or Banner (8.5"x14").
  2. Personalize it!  Write your name in the blue box, the activity you're doing, or even an inspirational message.
  3. Take a picture with your Bib or Banner when you start your event, during your challenge, or when you've completed it.  Post pictures on social media (don't forget to #) or email them to us.   Don't forget to wear your ASA gear too!


Connor Shea windsurfed upwind from Martha's Vineyard to Cuttyhunk Island and then back.Mike Cook completed a 23-mile ride (with over 1,500 ft of vertical climb) in 1 hour, 37 minutes followed by a 4.5-mile S.U.P. in 1 hour, 28 minutes
Mark Scheier played racquetball for 5 hours against 4 opponents. 462 points were played and he raised over $750!Ross Lilley dribbled a soccer ball 13.4 miles through the parks and streets of Kihei in Maui in two and half hours.
Susan Halby donated $50 for every workout she missed as she attempted to get into shape over the summer.Pam Rogers, Jeannie Neble and Meredith Goldthwait walked the perimeter of Martha's Vineyard in 3 days, 60 miles, 28 hours and raised over $3,500.