The Kyle Pease Foundation
Where There is a
Wheel There is a Way
Welcome to The Kyle Pease Foundation
Walking with KPeasey is a campaign affiliated with The Kyle Pease Foundation, Inc (KPF). Walking with KPeasey works to create awareness and raise funds in support of KPF.
The Kyle Pease Foundation, in turn, promotes success for young persons with disabilities by providing assistance to meet their individual needs through sports and competition. Programs include scholarship opportunities, purchasing adaptive sports equipment, and participating in educational campaigns around Cerebral Palsy.
The purpose of the Kyle Pease Foundation (KPF) is to create awareness and raise funds to promote success for persons with disabilities by providing assistance to meet their individual needs through sports.
Programs may include scholarship opportunities, purchasing of medical equipment or adaptive sports equipment for others or contributing to other organizations that provide similar assistance to disabled persons as well as participating in educational campaigns to create awareness about Cerebral Palsy and other disabilities.
KPF will provide these services directly to individuals as well as to partner with other existing non-profit organizations to achieve these goals.
Direct benefits will be limited to persons with disabilities who need adaptive sports equipment, mobility devices or medical care.
- Ironman Wisconsin: September 8
If you know of a race of any distance
you'd like for the Walking with KPeasey
team to join, please email
KPeasey Upcoming Events 2013
How to Become a KPF Athlete
We are always looking to enhance the life experiences of both our able bodied and our disabled athletes by introducing them to the KPF experience. Please help spread the word by sharing our story and by inviting us to races you would like to see us compete in. Walking with KPeasey and the Kyle Pease Foundation are hoping to help motivate, inspire and share the joy of racing with many more this year and will be adding races as the year progresses. To learn more, please email us
Brother team is Road Race's
first assisted athletes
ATLANTA -A dynamic duo in every sense of the word. When you talk about brotherly love, you have to talk about Kyle and Brent Pease.
They are the very first assisted athletes "running" in the annual Peachtree Road Race. Brent pushed his brother Kyle, who was born with cerebral palsy, for the full 6.2 miles of the race.
Both men started the race to thunderous applause and cheers from thousands of on-lookers in metro Atlanta. Good Day Atlanta's Tacoma Perry spoke with both men to find what "running" the race together means to them.
For more information please:
To Bring the Pease Brother to Speak at your business, meeting or civic group