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WITH Grantee Profile: Down Syndrome Medical Interest Group – USA

Description: Four smiling women standing in front of a conference poster A WITH Foundation Grantee ProfileWho: The Down Syndrome Medical Interest Group (DSMIG-USA), a group of health professionals committed to promoting the optimal health care and wellness of individuals with DS [...]

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WITH Grantee Profile: The University of South Dakota Center for Disabilities

(Description: Group of 10 adults of all ages and races smiling)A WITH Foundation Grantee ProfileWho: The University of South Dakota Center for DisabilitiesWhat they do: The Center for Disabilities advocates for increased self-determination, independence and a satisfying quality of life [...]

Self-Advocate Profile: Jessica Jimenez

Conversations with Self-AdvocatesWITH recently expanded its Self-Advocate Advisory Committee (SAAC), which, among other things, reviews the proposals that the Foundation receives and provides input on whether or not applicants should receive funding, and whether a proposal is designed well for [...]

Ryan Easterly Inducted into Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame

{Image Description: Man in a grey suit standing with crutches} The National Disability Mentoring Coalition (NDMC) has inducted 24 individuals and four organizations into the Susan M. Daniels Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame.The honorees — nominated by their mentees [...]




Established in 2002, WITH Foundation (formerly known as Special Hope Foundation) is a private foundation. The Foundation’s initial grantmaking benefited the disability community. In 2011, the Foundation began to focus its support on organizations and projects that promote the establishment of comprehensive and accessible health care for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Currently, the Foundation gives out around $750,000 each year and has provided (in total) more than $6.5 million in funding support.
WITHMonday, October 16th, 2017 at 11:42am
Why Involving Disabled People in Disaster Planning Saves Lives:http://www.rootedinrights.org/why-involving-disabled-people-in-disaster-planning-saves-lives/
WITHThursday, October 12th, 2017 at 7:49am
How to help people with disabilities affected by the fires:https://twitter.com/_CFILC/status/918328294742704128
WITHSunday, October 8th, 2017 at 11:19am
WITH Grantee Clarissa Kripke recognized by California Academy of Family Physicians:http://www.familydocs.org/September2017MoM

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