Jett Foundation

The Jett Foundation was founded with the mission of raising awareness for Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) and improving the lives of those affected by Duchenne and other neuromuscular diseases.  

 

2017
Dralla Day

Jett Foundation’s Camp Promise provides a barrier-free, week-long overnight camp for kids, teens, and adults with Muscular Dystrophy or select neuromuscular diseases. Dralla Day is a half day of cycling and a half day of archery during camp, both physical activities for which campers require specialized and adaptive equipment. We hope that campers not only have an unforgettable experience trying out these new and exciting pieces of adaptive equipment, but that they enjoy it enough to pursue it further after camp.

Testimonials
"Thank you, Dralla Foundation, for giving me the opportunity to have New England Disabled Sports come out to camp for adaptive cycling! I've done other adaptive sports, but this was my FIRST TIME cycling. I felt so free flying down the hill with the wind in my face!"
Steph, participant of Dralla Day
"The adaptive cycling and archery were two of my favorite activities at Camp Promise. Biking around the camp with my friends was an experience I won't soon forget."
Cal, participant of Dralla Day
"Sitting in the front of the adaptive bicycle was something that I never experienced before and something that I look forward to doing again next year!"
Aaron, participant of Dralla Day