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Accessibility Bridge believes that every differently-abled person deserves to live a life filled with hope and a plethora of opportunities. Our evening of awareness highlighted the value of inclusion as it relates to the success of people with disabilities across the United States. Guests enjoyed a virtual happy hour, program, and treats from talented vendors.
We recognize the excellence and amazing capabilities of people with disabilities and are also aware of their external challenges and barriers to success. We seek to serve those who want more; more opportunities for independence, more agency over their lives, more and better employment prospects that offer livable wages and equitable opportunities for advancement.
Take a few moments to look at our event recap so that you can get a behind-the scenes feel of the motivations behind the entrepreneurship of some of our successful community members.
Thank you for allowing us to continue our mission and serve more people.
Your tax-deductible donation allows us to continue to support people with disabilities and create opportunities for successful outcomes as detailed below in our event recap.
Ambition, desire, and motivation to succeed aren’t traits that are learned, they are intrinsic talents that even the most educated and affluent go without, but our clients come to us having all of those skills fearlessly intact.
Through our programs and initiatives, we will create a pipeline to success for our clients to include both internal and external resources that are crafted with their goals and skillsets in mind.
Learn about our signature programs by watching our overview video below
One of the products that were given to guests who attended our Evening of Disability Awareness event were from Gabi's grounds. Gabi’s Grounds' mission is to EMPOWER the SPECIAL ABILITIES COMMUNITY to find their place in the world and ENJOY FULFILLMENT in everything they do.
They promote equal access to persons with disabilities in their workplace. They create market value that includes everyone in an enriched community while providing great coffee and a unique customer service experience. Take a moment to view their video that explains how and why Gabi's Grounds got started.
Our guests also received 1 of 3 varieties of granola bars from Spectrum Bakes Bakery. Through separate enterprises — Spectrum Designs, Spectrum Bakes, and Spectrum Suds — they create opportunities for employment, empowerment, and growth. They ensure that their employees have the support they need for training, education, and personal growth and development. To learn more about what they do and how their work directly benefits people with disabilities, click the button below to view their video
Each event box also included one of several varieties of flavored popcorn from North Coast Corn Creations (NCCC). Many students with Autism graduate from high school and society often does not understand their unique needs and abilities. Employment opportunities are often difficult to find for adults with special needs. The NCCC business was created as an opportunity to provide resources, training, and employment for lifelong learners embracing Autism. Learn more about NCCC by clicking the link below to watch their video.
Our guests also received a Firestarter from JT Firestarters. Each firestarter is handmade by Daniel, an adult with autism, and his caring team. Each purchase helps Daniel achieve his goal of “Taking His Own Path” towards independence. Daniel also hopes to grow the business to employ other adults with autism in the future. Learn more about his journey to success by clicking the link below and watching a short video.
At the end of the evening, we discussed ways that you can become involved with Accessibility Bridge. Potential areas of engagement are:
If you weren't able to attend our event, you can watch the recorded livestream by clicking the link below.
Here's the team that made our year a successful one!
Join us at our Evening of Disability Awareness on December 10th as Attorney Kevin Byrnes shares his wit, humor and personal experiences as the parent of an amazing differently-abled child.
Physical address: 9006 Woodyard Rd, Clinton, MD 20735 (By appointment only)
Mailing address: 4660 Crain Hwy, #1622, White Plains, MD 20695
Phone: (202) 871-5522
The Accessibility Bridge Corporation is a qualified nonprofit public charity with tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) (#84-4205456) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations to the Corporation are fully deductible for income tax purposes.
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