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and Inclusion Hope

Christina's smile and her love of life is the inspiration for all that we do.

Athletes of all ages, abilities and challenges are supported through our programs and facilities.

Our teams, volunteers, and especially our athletes personify the essence of Christina’s smile inspiring Hope and Inclusion.

Our Vision.

Sports Center & Research Institute

“The Center will be woven into the fabric of the community, offering opportunities for all athletes to participate in sports without limitation or barriers.”  – Josephine Sullivan, CEO

Who We Are

A Network of Guardians for Hope & Inclusion

Sports . Education . Research . Life

Our Mission as a Network of Guardians for Hope and Inclusion is to encourage and facilitate a healthy and active lifestyle for children and adults with and without intellectual and physical challenges to provide inclusion in Sports, Education, Research and Life.

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In Memoriam

Henry C. Cox III, 1945-2022

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our dear friend, longtime USTA Texas volunteer, and 2022 Texas Tennis Hall of Fame member, Henry Cox, who passed away on Tuesday, November 15.

Henry Cox was born in Nebraska in 1945. Born with one arm, he did not let that slow him down. Cox was avid in many sports, including basketball, golf and tennis. He played number one on his squad in college and went on to coach…

SOURCE TEXT: https://www.usta.com/en/home/stay-current/texas/in-memoriam-henry-cox.html

Camp PossAbilities

A Community-Academic Partnership to Address Health Disparities for People with Disability

N Farr, J Sullivan, C Sullivan, G Segal, C McCrossan, C Koch, M Mele, J Nelson, M Gonzalez, J Walrath, A Cowan, L Pryor. L Farroni University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) – School of Medicine, Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program, Doctorate of Occupational Therapy Program, Christina Sullivan Foundation

The National Council on Disability concluded that, “the absence of professional training on disability competence issues for health care practitioners is one of the most significant barriers that prevent people from receiving appropriate and effective health care.”

(Source: The Current State of Health Care for People with Disabilities | NCD.gov. https://ncd.gov/publications/2009/Sept302009#Profess. Accessed October 2021)

Alex Garland Memorial Fund

In Loving Memory "Alex's Angels" The Christina Grillo Sullivan Foundation "Brings Hope" through Adaptive Sports.

In Loving Memory “Alex’s Angels” The Christina Grillo Sullivan Foundation “Brings Hope” through Adaptive Sports. Your act of kindness in loving memory of your mom Alex Garland Memorial Fund know as “Alex’s Angels” will assist the foundation with sponsorship for athletes with intellectual or physical challenges in the foundation’s Special Events.

05Dec

Galveston Central Skills / UTMB Lett-uce Talk Nutrition Camp PossAbilitiesTeaching Kitchen

1:00 pm - 2:45 pmCentral Media Arts Academy, 3014 Sealy Ave, Galveston, TX 77550, USA
05Dec

GISD eSports Game On! Adaptive Inclusive After-School Program

3:00 pm - 5:00 pmChristina Sullivan Foundation, 4116 Avenue, Ave N 1/2 Suite 106, Galveston, TX 77550, USA
12Dec

Galveston Central Skills / UTMB Lett-uce Talk Nutrition Camp PossAbilitiesTeaching Kitchen

1:00 pm - 2:45 pmCentral Media Arts Academy, 3014 Sealy Ave, Galveston, TX 77550, USA
12Dec

GISD eSports Game On! Adaptive Inclusive After-School Program

3:00 pm - 5:00 pmChristina Sullivan Foundation, 4116 Avenue, Ave N 1/2 Suite 106, Galveston, TX 77550, USA
19Dec

Galveston Central Skills / UTMB Lett-uce Talk Nutrition Camp PossAbilitiesTeaching Kitchen

1:00 pm - 2:45 pmCentral Media Arts Academy, 3014 Sealy Ave, Galveston, TX 77550, USA
CHRISTINA SULLIVAN FOUNDATION

Programs, Events, & News

The Christina Sullivan Foundation: “A Network of Guardians for Hope & Inclusion” is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity created by her family to assist children and adults with intellectual or physical challenges. Christina was severely brain-injured had a seizure disorder diagnosed with cerebral palsy and quadriplegic. Even though she could not speak a word, she said volumes in what she taught each person who knew of her or had the blessing to be with her. She was loved by so many, but the most beautiful attribute of her life is that she lived.

Today through The Christina Sullivan Foundation, that teaches the importance of inclusion to Sports, Education, Research and Life.

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Your help is very important

The Christina Sullivan Foundation is a 501C3 Public Charity. The Foundation’s Unified Adaptive Sports programs are offered to our challenged athletes and are entirely philanthropic. Your donations supports the mission and keeps her smile alive on all the children, adults and their families. Please consider any amount and share our mission with friends and family. Thank you for your act of kindness together we can keep the smiles of Hope and Inclusion going!