Projects tagged with "DISABLED"

Donate to AHEAD With Horses

AHEAD With Horses is devoted to improving the quality of life of disabled, disadvantaged, and special needs children through equine therapy using vaulting also known as gymnastics on a horse. Whether it’s seeing a smile from an otherwise “non-responsive” child, or watching someone taking their first steps, the hundreds of children we serve each year regularly hit major physical, mental, and emotional milestones—gifts that last a lifetime. There are several ways you can support AHEAD With Horses! All donations are tax deductible and they appreciate anything you are willing to give! Please visit: https://aheadwithhorsesla.org/donations/

Volunteer at AHEAD With Horses

AHEAD With Horses is devoted to improving the quality of life of disabled, disadvantaged, and special needs children through equine therapy using vaulting also known as gymnastics on a horse. Whether it’s seeing a smile from an otherwise “non-responsive” child, or watching someone taking their first steps, the hundreds of children we serve each year regularly hit major physical, mental, and emotional milestones—gifts that last a lifetime. Volunteers play a very important role at AHEAD With Horses, and they wouldn’t be as successful as they are today without them. They have more than 300 volunteers each year from all parts of Los Angeles County, many of which return to them on a regular basis. VOLUNTEERS MUST: Be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and be 12 years of age or older for general volunteer work. Please visit: https://aheadwithhorsesla.org/volunteer/
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Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! And help them raise $600,000 to support year-round programs! Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s Camp Paivika

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! AbilityFirst Camp Paivika, located in the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains, has helped thousands of children and adults with disabilities - such as autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, and physical challenges - make friends, try new things, become more confident and independent, and most important, have fun. Camp Paivika was one of the first fully accessible camps in the United States, and first opened its doors in 1947. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/Camp

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s Claremont Center

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! AbilityFirst Claremont Center, one of multiple AbilityFirst locations in Southern California, has provided year-round programs and services for children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities, since it first opened its doors in 1965. Through person-centered, interest-based activities, the center helps participants achieve their personal goals, especially in the areas of communication, socialization, basic life skills, and healthy living. The Claremont Center serves Eastern Los Angeles County, including the communities of Claremont, Alta Loma, Chino, Covina, Diamond Bar, Glendora, La Verna, Ontario, Pomona, Rancho Cucamonga, Rialto, San Dimas, Walnut and West Covina. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/Claremont

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s College to Career Program

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! AbilityFirst College to Career Program, provides support to young adults with developmental disabilities who demonstrate the desire and potential to succeed in a post-secondary educational environment in order to accomplish their educational and future career goals. They empower participants to: identify personal and educational goals; enroll in appropriate classes to meet educational and vocational goals; and, access college and community resources in order to reach their personal best. The program supports students at colleges, universities, and vocational/arts programs in Southern California. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/C2C

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s Crown House & Sierra Rose

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! Since 1984 AbilityFirst has been a leader in residential facilities for individuals with physical and developmental disabilities. The AbilityFirst Crown House and Sierra Rose locations in Pasadena are “family-style” adult residential facilities for semi-independent individuals and seniors. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/CHSR

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s East Los Angeles Center

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! AbilityFirst East Los Angeles Center, one of multiple AbilityFirst locations in Southern California, has provided year-round programs and services for children and young adults with physical and developmental disabilities, since it first opened its doors in 1966. Through person-centered, interest-based activities, the center helps participants achieve their personal goals, especially in the areas of communication, socialization, basic life skills, and healthy living. The center serves East Los Angeles and Northeast Los Angeles, as well as surrounding communities such as Alhambra, City of Commerce, El Monte, Montebello, Monterey Park, Pico Rivera, Santa Fe Springs, and Whittier. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/ELA

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s Glendale Center

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! AbilityFirst Glendale Center, one of multiple AbilityFirst locations in Southern California, offers an afterschool enrichment program for children and young adults with developmental disabilities, such as autism, cerebral palsy, and Down syndrome Through person-centered, interest-based activities, the center helps participants achieve their personal goals, especially in the areas of communication, socialization, basic life skills, and healthy living. The center is located on the campus of at the Pacific Avenue Education Center in Glendale and serves the Glendale area and local communities like Burbank, La Canada-Flintridge, La Crescenta, Hollywood, and North Los Angeles. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/Glendale

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s Joan & Harry A. Mier Center

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! AbilityFirst Joan & Harry A. Mier Center, one of multiple AbilityFirst locations in Southern California, has provided year-round programs and services for children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities, since it first opened its doors in 1976. Through person-centered, interest-based activities, the center helps participants achieve their personal goals, especially in the areas of communication, socialization, basic life skills, and healthy living. The center serves the South Los Angeles area, including the communities of Inglewood, Hawthorne, Gardena, Los Angeles, South Bay, Westchester, Torrance, and Lennox. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/JHAMC

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s Lawrence L. Frank Center

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! AbilityFirst Lawrence L. Frank Center, one of multiple AbilityFirst locations in Southern California, has provided year-round programs and services for children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities, since it first opened its doors in 1968. Through person-centered, interest-based activities, the center helps participants achieve their personal goals, especially in the areas of communication, socialization, basic life skills, and healthy living. The center serves the San Gabriel Valley area, including Pasadena, Glendale, Monrovia, Altadena, Sierra Madre, Arcadia, Rosemead, San Marino, South Pasadena, and Temple City. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/LLF

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s Long Beach Center

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! AbilityFirst Long Beach Center, one of multiple AbilityFirst locations in Southern California, has provided year-round programs and services for children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities, since it first opened its doors in 1966. Through person-centered, interest-based activities, the center helps participants achieve their personal goals, especially, in the areas of communication, socialization, basic life skills, and healthy living. The center serves Long Beach and surrounding communities including Lakewood, Torrance, Seal Beach, Carson, Bellflower, and Los Alamitos. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/LBC

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s PossAbility Program Los Angeles

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! One of the newer adult programs at AbilityFirst, the PossAbility Program offers interest-based, small-group community exploration and volunteering opportunities. Participants learn about their communities, use public transportation, and develop independence and autonomy to help them lead lives that are personally meaningful. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/PossLA

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s PossAbility Program Pasadena

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! One of the newer adult programs at AbilityFirst, the PossAbility Program offers interest-based, small-group community exploration and volunteering opportunities. Participants learn about their communities, use public transportation, and develop independence and autonomy to help them lead lives that are personally meaningful. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/PossPasadena

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst Supported Employment

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! AbilityFirst Supported Employment provides opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities to achieve their full potential and succeed in competitive community jobs that meet their interests and goals. The comprehensive program includes pre-employment interest assessment, training, and job placement support. Job coaches assist with pre-employment interviews, and on-the job training and support for as long as necessary. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/SE

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s Fair Oaks Team

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! The Fair Oaks Team is made up of the Manufacturing Program and the Administrative Departments. AbilityFirst Manufacturing Program provides meaningful job training and employment for adults who have disabilities. In addition to offering a range of manufacturing services for business (ranging from assembly to powder coating) the program produces hole punches for sale to departments of the federal government. The program is based in Pasadena. The AbilityFirst Admin. Office team includes the agency’s administrative departments that support all their programs and activities: Accounting/Finance, Communications, Executive and Operating Offices, Development, Human Resources, Information Technology, and Safety. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/FairOaks