Something bigger can take on many meanings. To a young family, this could be a child communicating for the first time. To a young adult, this might be a first job and paycheck. To anyone with a disability, this might be finding ways to maximize independence every single day.
Being part of something bigger always involves community and growth. People with disabilities depend upon us to meet their current and future needs. To do that, we need the involvement of people who are dedicated to making central Indiana accessible for all its residents. We depend upon philanthropy to help us reach 25% of our operating budget each year.
Join us in being part of a community where bigger means 100% equity, inclusion and access for people with disabilities and their families.