Organizations around the world are using ultimate to educate about important issues, build communities, cultivate leadership, and promote mental and physical health. Our mission to support the growth of ultimate globally would not be a reality without the help of our social partners.
At ARIA, we believe that ultimate is far more than just a sport. It has the ability to be a powerful social tool that is making a difference through the work of non-profits like our social partners. These organizations have an amazing drive, a dedication to their communities, and a passion for the ideals of the sport. That is why part of our mission is to give discs to ultimate organizations locally and internationally. To support them in their work is one of the best ways that we, as the ultimate community, can show the world what it means to be an ultimate player.
"AGE UP empowers young women to develop positive identity and collective strength. We bring girls together across diverse backgrounds through the sport and community of Ultimate Frisbee to build a movement for social justice."
"ASUH was formed to grow the sport of ultimate in Haiti beyond the single, existing grass-roots project of free youth clinics that now serves about 100 kids from low resource homes in the neighborhood of Peguyville in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. This will be achieved by expanding our use of youth clinics, reaching out to schools, churches, and other civic organizations with a goal creating a self-sustaining community of youth players involved in weekly programs in the Port au Prince area."
"Inspiring a generation of Indian youth to bridge the gaps created by poverty, gender and class through a uniquely designed ultimate frisbee-art camp."
"The Gauteng Flying Disc Association is passionate about bringing Ultimate to youths from disadvantaged backgrounds in the townships of South Africa, providing them with a healthy activity and the support they need to believe in their future potential.
The GFDA is committed to transformation in South African Ultimate."
"Early Recognition Is Critical, E.R.I.C., employs Ultimate Frisbee Clinics and Spirit of the Game to teach youth about cancer symptoms, the importance of an active lifestyle, and speak up when something is wrong."