Webers Ts is veteran owned, I am a visually impaired veteran. As a visually impaired participant I have become involved with the Veterans Administrations (VA) Adaptive Sports Program. After losing vision this program really assisted me with the process of adapting. Disabilities are all about adapting. 

It's my inspiration to offer for sale premium coffees and teas. I have added T-shirts for those that like the outdoors. I'd like to encourage the consumption of premium coffees as we camp, hike, climb, etc.  I hope that through the sales of the coffee we together can help the veterans that need out help.The adaptive sports has become a passion which is seeing other veterans learn they can still do so many things. Learning to adapt at an outdoor activity helps us to adapt to daily life. 

The VA's premier event is held at Snowmass, Colorado and is called the Disabled Winter Sports Clinic. The DAV is a supporting sponsor of the event, it  includes more than just skiing, activities such as fly fishing, kayaking, and ever scuba diving are introduced. However, snow sports are its primary focus. Over 200 adaptive ski instructors from the US and Canada volunteer their time for the week long event. The beauty of the event is that it gives the disabled veterans the opportunity to receive an introduction to various disciplines providing the basis to go back home and make use of the many programs available to them in or near their community.


While the event is free for the veterans, lodging is not. It is our hope to create a scholarship fund to help disabled veterans the chance to make use of this opportunity. The event, has a nickname of MIRACLES ON THE MOUNTAIN. 


Help us fund this scholarship program by purchasing our products. You''ll look great and make a difference in a veterans life.

Image from the VA's Winter Sports Clinic

This program means so much to me,I would like it to be available to all disabled veterans. Your purchases will help create a scholarship fund for lodging, enabling more veterans to attend.

VA's Disabled Winter Sports Clinic