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“A KEEN parent once told me that the time I spend with his child is a gift to his child, but the truth is I am the one getting a gift!” – KEEN coach
KEEN’s programs are structured so that each volunteer is assigned one program participant, or “athlete.” A coach’s job is to help athletes take part in different sports activities and to have a good time. Just before the athletes arrive and the session begins, coaches receive a profile with details about their athlete’s abilities as well as helpful coaching hints for that particular athlete.
In addition to coaching individual athletes, KEEN volunteers have the opportunity to become a member of our Coaches Committee. This group plans and directs all KEEN activities, and provides a rewarding opportunity for leadership within KEEN.
Learn How to be a Successful KEEN Coach
KEEN is seriously committed to maintaining the privacy of our volunteers.
To learn more about some of the disabilities that can be found at KEEN, click here.
British Cyclist Christopher Day Completes Trans-USA Bicycle R ide to support KEEN Oxford.
Miss Maryland USA 2010 - A KEEN Volunteer!
KEEN Volunteer Simone Feldman won the title of Miss Maryland USA 2010, with KEEN as her platform, and the hope of focusing on kids with disabilities as her cause! Congratulations, Simone, and thank you for your service. You prove that "Volunteers are the Heart of KEEN."
To learn more about Volunteer opportunities, check with your local Affiliate.