Non-profit organization Peak Potential helps kids with physical disabilities with rock climbing

Peak Potential, established in 2000, runs twice weekly sessions at the New Jersey Rock Gym in Fairfield. The volunteers help children with rock climbing, a

Peak Potential, established in 2000, runs twice weekly sessions at the New Jersey Rock Gym in Fairfield.

Peak Potential, established in 2000, runs twice weekly sessions at the New Jersey Rock Gym in Fairfield. (8/26/13)

FAIRFIELD - Children with physical disabilities are finding they can reach new heights thanks to a volunteer run non-profit organization.

Peak Potential, established in 2000, runs twice weekly sessions at the New Jersey Rock Gym in Fairfield.

The volunteers help children with rock climbing, a sport that most of the children normally would not have a chance to participate in.

The organization's goal is to raise awareness and make the program available for more special needs kids, which is free and open to kids 4 and older.

According to News 12 New Jersey sources, Peak Potential members are in talks with a gym in Marlborough in hope of offering the program in Monmouth County. 

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