Pikes Peak International Hill Climb Teams with Kids and Adults with Disabilities

By Published On: June 23, 2015

June 23, 2015: Colorado Springs – The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC) has teamed with Special Kids Special Families (SKSF) to add a bit of the thrill of the race for children and adults with disabilities as well as foster children from the non-profit organization’s programs.  Each of the 25 drivers has been matched with an individual from either the SKSF Zach’s Place Program that works with children with disabilities, a foster child from the SKSF Child Placement Agency, or one of the adults with disabilities involved in the organization’s Adult Services programs.

“The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb represents nearly a century-long history in Colorado Springs and we wanted to share some of the excitement and recognition… Read More…