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At Sustain Our Abilities, we believe everyone has a crucial role to play in addressing climate change and promoting health equity and disability justice. Our events are designed to educate, inspire, and empower individuals and communities to take meaningful action for a more sustainable and inclusive future.

Join us for our diverse array of online and in-person events, ranging from inspiring awareness campaigns to engaging webinars and conferences. Our events provide opportunities for learning, networking, and sharing best practices on climate change, health, and disability justice.





The Green Route Aiding Healthy Adaptation and Mitigation (GRAHAM) is SOA's awareness-raising walk and the successor to Canada to Key West. The GRAHAM name is dedicated to the memory of Graham Alexander to raise awareness about the value of nature and a healthy environment for physical and mental health. 


The GRAHAM journey finished on April 15, 2024. GRAHAM night is held annually in Birmingham, Alabama in December and raises funds to support our healthy living initiatives.

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Day For Tomorrow


Day for Tomorrow is officially on October 22 and is made up of events hosted by people like you! It is a day for people to connect in community activities and raise awareness about our need to transition to healthy, accessible and sustainable natural and built environments. Join climate, health, and disability advocates around the world as we raise awareness about important intersections through volunteer-led activities and events! 

You can host your own event or join one already in the works! Learn more at our Day for Tomorrow page and our section on Hosting an Event.

Online Events & Recordings


Stay connected and informed with our online educational webinars and workshops, covering a wide range of topics related to climate change, health equity, public health, and disability justice. Past recordings are housed on the Sustain Our Abilities YouTube Channel and new online and in person live events can be seen on our calendar. Later this year we will also be adding on line courses to our website for professionals and persons living with disabilities. 

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