Topic: Donor Spotlight

Photo of Robert Bedoukian

As a member of the Board of Directors at Ability Beyond, Robert Bedoukian has made his commitment to the mission of Ability Beyond known for many years. In addition to a long-standing list of generous financial contributions, Bob has recently helped to marry the expertise and influence of his company, Bedoukian Research Inc., to Ability… Continue Reading Donor Spotlight: Robert Bedoukian

Kevin and Elaine Cox

September 15, 2015

Ability Beyond has been lucky enough to have Kevin and Elaine Cox as generous supporters and advocates for more than 15 years. Together they have provided generous financial contributions and countless volunteer hours to the organization. They have introduced many donors, volunteers and corporations to Ability Beyond to help us build relationships within the community… Continue Reading Kevin and Elaine Cox

Ability Beyond has been fortunate enough to have the Beylouni family deeply involved with the organization for the past several years. After being introduced to Ability Beyond through a tour of a few of our group homes, the whole family jumped right in to support the organization by chairing our Reach for the Stars Gala… Continue Reading Donor Spotlight: The Beylouni Family

Jane Hardesty Poole

December 15, 2014

Jane Hardesty Poole is a caring and passionate woman; a loving mother, generous philanthropist, avid collector of Japanese porcelain, and a valued member of the Board of Trustees of Ability Beyond. Jane’s greatest passion lies with her daughter, Josephine. Josephine, now 38 year old, is Jane and her late husband Harrison’s only child. She was… Continue Reading Jane Hardesty Poole

Greg Smith

October 15, 2014

Greg Smith, Chairman and CEO of Maplewood Senior Living, has been a generous supporter of Ability Beyond for the past several years. As the Chairman of our Board of Trustees, Greg has truly led by example. He has shared expertise, opened new doors and has generously pledged over $1 million to Ability Beyond and our… Continue Reading Greg Smith