The E.P.I.C Project specializes in helping individuals embrace their new life by providing resources, and experiences that motivate them to fulfill their dreams and live their fullest life.
The organization receives inquiries from deserving individuals everyday requesting assistance.
The item of empowerment (IOE) program enables The E.P.I.C. Project to support individuals in the wheelchair community with resources, and equipment requested.
The E.P.I.C Project encourages you to take a look at our IOE Program page, to get a look at past IOE recipients, as well as ways you can participate in the program.
In conjunction with the IOE program, The E.P.I.C. Project also has The E.P.I.C. Dream Maker program. Individuals who are confined to wheelchairs deserve to participate in experiences that fulfill their dreams. Take a look on our E.P.I.C. Dream Maker page to see how The E.P.I.C. Project helps deserving individuals manifest their dreams.
The E.P.I.C Project was founded by Chelsie & Jon Hill. From the time Chelsie could walk she was passionate about dance. With countless dance titles under her belt she was well on her way to becoming an artist the world would know.
February 21, 2010 is the day that changed her life forever. Chelsie was involved in a drunk driving accident that left her paralyzed from the waist down. That did not slow her down. Jon and Chelsie saw that there was a void in the wheelchair community. They teamed up to create an organization that would be a charitable active force.
With the support of family and friends, Chelsie’s injury has paved the way for many to fulfill their dreams. Through The E.P.I.C Project this dynamic father, daughter duo is on a mission to empower people in chairs.