Aquatic, marine, health and safety activities are set in a Sailors VS Pirates theme. Ability teams are the hero sailors and fund raising is done by the lying, cheating Pirates.
A variety of websites organize the USA Rescue Games.
Saltlifetrivia.com has quizzes based on training from RED CROSS, NAUI, USCG and other subjects such as oceanography, fishing and Pirate life.
Saltlifeschool.com provides the RED CROSS, NAUI and other safety, health, scuba, watersports and instruction for Ability Teams, volunteers and the general public.
Atlantavolunteers.org organizes the volunteers.
Tropicaladventurecompetition.com organizes respite care, the storyline and business activities of a TV series about ability teams.
Theabilityrevolution.com contains the business plan to employ ability teams in a wide variety of activities.
Piratedivebar.com organizes fund raising, broadcasting and business activities.
A game currency called Dubloons or “loonies,” is used for fund raising and more information is at piratedivebar.com. Pirates will run crooked games of poker, darts, bar bets, rig contests and will bribe judges in order to steal your loonies. Loonies can be exchanged for stolen, plundered or donated goods and bads.
A cell phone app keeps track of loonies used for admissions, donations and prizes so you can avoid using your cash or credit cards and play games easily. The app lets people at home view the games and play. The app makes it easy to use your cell phone to bet and bribe judges during games and contests or to pay for grub and grog. All transactions with loonies can be viewed by anyone. Loonies are redeemable for donated prizes.
The app lets any pirate gang steal, cheat and plunder, but hero sailors always end up catching Pirates and using their stolen loot for good causes.
Piratedivebar.com has more information on how any ability team, club or organization can use this app to organize their own fund raising games.
When you register with the USA Rescue Games you can join in on the fun!