EquallyAble is using a social media platform to raise funds for the #RewardsForever” Endowment initiative. You can build a team, set a small target and send it to your family, friends and colleagues to raise funds. Hey, lets make a team, get them excited…and raise a few bucks!
A New Endowment Is Shaping Our Future Vision & Wayforward.
EquallyAble is creating #RewardsForever, a new endowment that will shape our future growth and sustainability. Funds raised for this initiative will be dedicated for future institutions and establishment building; and not be spent on current EquallyAble program activities.
EquallyAble is happy to see the release of “Bridging the Gap” by Access International, and is considering various options to be engaged in the very important work. Stay tuned for more information in the coming day.
EquallyAble Sponsors Summer Institute on Theology and Disability
EquallyAble is joining the Collaborative on Faith and Disabilities in sponsoring the 2017 Summer Institute on Theology and Disability. The conference will be held from June 5-8 in Azusa, California, to continue the much needed work in the area of disability awareness and inclusion
Transportation plays a critical role in the lives of people with disabilities. One-third of children with disabilities can’t attend school due to a lack of transportation. EquallyAble is working to provide students with disabilities transportation to school that is:
Shared community transportation
Low cost and reliable
Accessible and customized to the needs of each student
To help people with disabilities, their families, and their communities succeed we need new thinking and bold new programs. EquallyAble wants to help people with disabilities have the opportunity to contribute to society and prosper. We are working to provide the following to people with disabilities:
To reduce unemployment among individuals with disabilities, EquallyAble has launched the “Give Hope 1000” initiative to create 1000 small businesses to help create work flexibility and financial stability for individuals with disability.
Mohammed stopped walking at the age of about 2 years; the polio that attacked his body left most of it paralyzed but for his spirit. Even though he was too little to know about what is going on; the social norms, unfriendly society, lack of access to school and transportation, pretty much left him house bound… READ MORE
EquallyAble is marching on a new vision to build #RewardsForever, an endowment to create institutions and establishments that will out last our lives. The foundation is gearing its all fund raising efforts and activities to raise [...]