Idaho as a destination for accessible world-class recreation
Idaho offers recreation opportunities that bring family and friends together. We believe in developing the unlimited potential that exists in people and places in Idaho, creating opportunities that are accessible to all.
Grants awarded to CAF athletes in Idaho
Innovative public parks highlighting the many recreational opportunities found in Idaho
Clinics hosted by CAF and led by talented athletes promoting the power of sport
Community & Recreation Stories
A new skate park is coming to Molenaar Park in Southwest Boise, and the project is moving forward sooner than anticipated. Building amenities like this exemplify Idaho and bring our community together...
In 2014 Rhodes began a major renovation. “One thing our foundation really likes to champion is the power to the individual,” states Jamie Scott, Board Chair of the Foundation.
Life is full of perfect partnerships. There is endless proof that it takes two to make something truly memorable. The magic that happens when Mission43 and the Challenged Athletes Foundation come together is no different.
When headed east toward the foothills from Boise’s lush downtown, past the tree-lined neighborhoods, you’ll find a hidden gem that is part of Idaho’s community and recreation offerings.
The past 10 years have brought several Boise parks to life, including a Whitewater Park, Skatepark, and Bike Park. As well as a well-timed upgrade to Boise's premier Nature Park.
On McCall’s Little Ski Hill, 15-year-old Clyde Rydalch, may be known for his free-style ski jumping, flying down the steep, compacted snow, hitting the jump, and then spectacularly somersaulting through...
Mission43 and the Challenged Athletes Foundation-Idaho Break Ground on Idaho Outdoor Fieldhouse
Throughout their lifetime, Joe and Kathryn Albertson provided countless gifts to people and communities in Idaho, but one of their most notable gifts was Kathryn Albertson Park
At the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Foundation, we have long worked with Mission43 and the Challenged Athletes Foundation.
Through a grant from the Challenged Athletes Foundation, Mike received a mountain bike customized for use with his prosthesis, making exploring the Idaho outdoors more accessible.