Corporations harness a unique potential to advance nonprofit work, poised to invest traditional funding as well as time, talent and expertise. Some businesses and foundations have been supporting us for well over a decade – a testament to their unwavering dedication, and to Ability Beyond’s stewardship of the funds we receive.
Financial support is of course the most immediate and direct way to make an impact.
Funds can directly support our general operating expenses or can be designated to a
specific program such as Supported Independent Living, capital improvements for
group homes, employment programs, medical support and community outreach.
We welcome donations of products or services, which can enrich lives through experience
and offset the costs of our many diverse programs. These gifts may include training for staff,
training for the people we serve, gift card donations, furniture donations, and many more.
Volunteering with Ability Beyond
You can make a direct and profound impact on the people we serve by volunteering
as a corporate team–whether you’re building a wheelchair-accessible ramp, painting a home,
or planting a garden. Teams visit Ability Beyond through the United Way or independently
to advance their corporate philanthropy plans.
Events help us raise money and awareness for Ability Beyond’s life-changing programs.
They also strengthen our existing community relationships and help us form valuable new
connections with individuals, businesses, and other service providers.
Job Training and Placement
Working a job within the community makes a world of difference for young adults, men and
women with disabilities who need hands-on learning experience—or a competitive job that
matches their talents and interests.
Building upon decades of experience in disability employment, our Disability Solutions division
provides consulting services to guide corporations through disability inclusion. We help
corporations tap new channels for qualified talent, manage culture change, leverage federal
and state hiring incentives, respond to a changing regulatory environment, and strengthen
their workforce through diversity.
Ability Beyond is a non-profit,+ recognized as a 501(c)(3) by the IRS. Donations made, where a return of good or services are not provided, are tax deductible.
Your contributions matter and create life changing opportunities and programs for families and our community members.