Adapt • Overcome • Succeed
GO Unlimited is a nonprofit organization that creates adaptive sporting and outdoor adventure opportunities so that
people experience freedom from their disabilities. We also provide therapeutic recreation, SCI support groups, peer
mentoring, and a variety of New Mexico adaptive sport programs.
Our programs are designed to give those with compromised mobility the opportunity to participate in both outdoor recreational and sporting activities. From hunting and fishing to volunteering, come explore the many ways we are helping the mobility limited turn dreams into reality.
In the thirteen years since its formation Global Opportunities Unlimited Inc. has been continually developing the range of services that it offers to the Disabled Community of New Mexico. In late fall of this year it will be able for the first time to offer a complete end – to – end service.
Considered one of the major disabled sports practiced, wheelchair basketball is played with five participants per team on the same court with the same goal as regular basketball. It is designed for athletes who have a physical impairment that prevents running, jumping and pivoting.
Come hunt New Mexico’s big game species while exploring vast mountain ranges, grasslands, wilderness, and forests. This opportunity to explore the Land of Enchantment is unique for the mobility impaired outdoorsman thanks to well planned adaptive hunting excursions.
Fishing is one of the most accessible outdoor sports. For many, mobility challenged or not, it is one of the first outdoor activities they experience. Global Opportunities Unlimited offers quality fishing in drift boats/pontoon boat and other water craft outfitted for situation.
Located in the heart of Albuquerque, we partner with a full service archery range and bow shop. Featuring a 40 yard indoor archery range capable of accommodating up to 40 archers at one time, Hit or Miss Archery Center is the premier indoor archery range in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Leave concrete walkways and paved roads behind you and GO Trekking, it is good for a person to spend time in the great outdoors. It is also important that we find ways to ensure that our National Parks, Forests and Monuments have a resource that enables people with disabilities to enjoy their natural treasures.
Monthly Support Group Meeting
Monthly spinal cord injury support group and support group for others dealing with neurological caused mobility limitations provided in association with Lovelace / UNM Rehabilitation Hospital. Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month. A diverse group of people get together to support each other through all phases of spinal cord and neurological issues. We have monthly group outings and participate in a great variety of activities as a part of our therapeutic recreation initiatives. Contact us to get involved.
Calendar & Events
From hunting and fishing trips to supporting our ABQ Kings wheelchair basketball team, stay connected to the unlimited opportunities to perpetually adapt, overcome, and succeed! Our calendar is updated frequently, so check back often for the latest information.
Your generous support allows Global Opportunities Unlimited to build on our many programs while adding new ones. Our goal continues to increase the number of disabled children and adults we serve by helping them pursue activities normally accessible to the able bodied. Learn how you can help.
Stories & News
From the “big one that got away” to sharing the experience of one of our latest outings, explore the stories and news of participants and Global Opportunities Unlimited volunteers. You’ll be inspired, motivated and encouraged to participate and stay connected.
Friends and Sponsors
Global Opportunities Unlimited would like to thank the following friends and sponsors for their continued support. We urge visitors to complete the circle of support by using their businesses, services, products and programs. For information on how to help and become a sponsor, please contact us. Together, we can create unlimited opportunities for those who are mobility challenged.