Walton Foundation for Independence
Restoring hope and independence to those with disabilities in the CSRA.
Walton Foundation for Independence works to improve the quality of life of those affected by disabilities in the CSRA. Our mission is to restore hope and independence to those needing community support following temporary illness, injury or a life-changing disability.
Our services include sports and leisure programs, including adaptive golf and wheelchair tennis, a summer camp for children with traumatic brain injury, and a day program for those with disabilities; independent and supported living communities; and important life skills training.
Walton Community Services Holds Ribbon Cutting for Walton Legacy
It was a great day for a ribbon cutting as we opened Walton Legacy, our 15th accessible/affordable housing community for persons with disabilities. Attendees included Commissioner Joe Jackson, City Administrator Fred Russell, Allen + Batchelor Construction, Virgo Gambill Architects, Walton Options for Independent Living and others who support the revitalization of South Augusta and the important need for housing for persons with disabilities in this community. Read more>>
Walton Foundation Hosts 9th Annual Adaptive Golf Challenge
Thirty-eight adaptive golfers and 58 community golfers partnered during an amazing day of play at this year's Adaptive Golf Challenge, a celebration of the adaptive golfers who participate in Walton's adaptive golf clinics--and a fundraiser for both the clinics and the foundation's Camp To Be Independent. Read more about this event>>
Walton Foundation Donates Adaptive Bikes
The Walton Foundation for Independence recently donated adaptive bikes for use by kids with special needs at Rutledge, Ga.'s Camp Twin Lakes facility, including campers at the foundation's own Camp To Be Independent. Read on for more photos and information>>