Adaptive Sports Foundation Receives $10,000 From RagingBull.com Foundation

LEE, N.H./ April 6, 2019 – As part of its ongoing philanthropic work, RagingBull.com Foundation today donated $10,000 to the Adaptive Sports Foundation.

For over 30 years, the Adaptive Sports Foundation has provided sports and recreation opportunities to thousands of children and adults with both cognitive and physical disabilities. One of the top adaptive sports programs in the country, the ASF additionally uses its knowledge to serve our nation’s severely injured service members; over the past twelve years the ASF has served hundreds of service members and their families.

The RagingBull.com Foundation, founded by trading coaches and expert traders from RagingBull.com, was established to donate trading profits to charitable organizations nominated by RagingBull.com’s community of active traders. The $10,000 donation to the Adaptive Sports Foundation was funded by the foundation through trading profits generated by RagingBull.com trading educators Jason Bond and Kyle Dennis.

Although now a successful trading educator, Jason Bond is no stranger to the Adaptive Sports Foundation. Prior to his current work with RagingBull.com, Jason was an elementary school gym teacher, and taught adapted physical education for almost a decade.

“I am very excited to be able to help the the Adaptive Sports Foundation in this way; they do some amazing work! Through our RagingBull.com Foundation, we can share the profits of our trading with charities, who in turn can put these donations to good use and help to improve the lives of people and their communities. The vision of our RagingBull.com Foundation is trading profits, paid forward,” said Jason Bond, RagingBull.com trading educator.

“The Adaptive Sports Foundation provides a variety of opportunities for children and adults with disabilities to discover a lifelong passion for outdoor physical activity. Thanks to the generous support of donors like RagingBull.com, we are able to offer these services to the disabled community for little or no cost,” said Vince Passione, Chairman of the Adaptive Sports Foundation Board of Trustees, and CEO and Founder of LendKey.

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