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Plainville, CT – With a generous $1,000 grant from the Farmington Bank Community Foundation, Ability Beyond will upgrade the graphic design and printing equipment at Printability, a company run by 17 young adults with disabilities who serve local vendors while participating in an immersive internship that prepares them for the realities of the workforce. “At… Continue Reading Farmington Bank Community Foundation invests in hands-on job training at Printability

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Ability Beyond has received a $10,000 grant investment from The Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities, to support a first-of-its-kind, peer-to-peer technology program called the TIP Squad that empowers people with disabilities through mainstream technology, The removing barriers to independence in everyday self-care and community inclusion. With grant funding, Ability Beyond will host community workshops in… Continue Reading Ability Beyond Receives Technology Grant

The Autumn Breakfast held by Ability Beyond on Nov. 15 at the Ethan Allen Hotel in Danbury raised $50,000 to support the nonprofit’s mental health services. The funds will help men and women with mental illness find a job and their own home to become part of the community. Honored at the event were Charles Herrick and Marie Sturdevant. Herrick… Continue Reading Breakfast raises $50K for mental health services

The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven has awarded $15,000 in grant funding to Ability Beyond, a nonprofit health and human service agency, to close the unemployment gap among local young adults with disabilities who remain jobless three-to-five years after high school graduation. “We are deeply grateful for the strategic generosity of the Community Foundation… Continue Reading Community Foundation for Greater New Haven supports job training programs