Happy Mother's Day! Now, more than ever, because of COVID-19 and the challenging and uncertain times in which we find ourselves, people with disabilities need our help. With your generosity, Dr. Helen Genova, Kessler Foundation researcher and mother, can seek ways to help young people with autism
Did you know that there are three ways you can make a big difference today and drive the future of rehabilitation research and employment for people with disabilities?
By including Kessler Foundation in your estate plans today, you can make a lasting impact and build a legacy of helping
April 15—the dreaded tax day—may seem like a long way off, but you can take action now, before December 31, to give less to the IRS and more to change the lives of people with disabilities.
Even better: when your charitable giving is part of your overall financial plan, you can give more and have
On Tuesday, December 3, 2019, Kessler Foundation will participate in #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving and making an impact. Your generosity will return people with disabilities to their homes, their communities, and the workplace.
This year, our goal is to build an army of
Many thanks for a successful and special day at this year's Stroll 'N Roll fundraising event. More than 600 people of all ages and abilities gathered on Sunday, September 22, in Verona Park in New Jersey for Kessler Foundation's 18th Annual Stroll 'N Roll, presented by ShopRite and Gibbons, to prove
Kessler Foundation's 18th Annual Stroll 'N Roll
Every dollar you give or raise supports innovative rehabilitation research and employment initiatives that change the lives of people with disabilities. Join us and become a champion for people with disabilities.
Sunday, September 22, 2019
Happy Father's Day! In celebration, I share a story to demonstrate how your support makes all the difference for fathers, like Pete Welch, who live with disabilities. You advance groundbreaking rehabilitation research to help Pete and others with disabilities live fuller, more engaged lives