Social Opportunities & Active Recreation, Inc. (SOAR)

Social Opportunities & Active Recreation, Inc. (SOAR) believes that individuals with developmental disabilities should have access to enriching and engaging activities, much like their non-disabled peers.


SOAR’s primary role is to facilitate social, athletic and recreational opportunities for community members with developmental disabilities. Its core belief is: Together, We SOAR!

UPDATE February 24, 2022


SOAR has officially hired a new Adult Health and Wellness Coordinator. Click here to be directed to our staff page to learn more. 

UPDATE February 19, 2022


iCan Bike Camp is returning to the Golden Isles from April 4th - 8th, 2022 at Risley Middle School. Click here to read the full Brunswick News article and learn more. 


SOAR seeks volunteers with a variety of skills. In addition to those that work directly with SOAR's participants, others are needed for behind the scenes operations such as technology, public relations, clerical work, fundraising, etc.

Volunteers are also needed to assist with SOAR's  Swim Program.

How To Get Involved


Participants & Family

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Churches, Community 


“Well, I’m now a proud member of the SOAR Club doing all kinds of stuff such as bowling, picnics, arts and crafts, hiking, parties, fishing, sports, etc. Can’t wait for the next outing…looking forward to so many more ahead in this club.”

— SOAR Club Member

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Neighbors With Developmental Disabilities