7th Grader Develops App to Benefit Kessler Foundation

Mohnish Sabhani is your typical 12 year old—a casual kid who loves technology and gaming. But when his Social Studies teacher, Ms. Gorton from Park Middle School in Scotch Plains, NJ, gave the class a service learning project, he took the opportunity to go above and beyond her expectations.


We Remember

West Orange, NJ. May 27, 2012. To honor those who have died in service to our nation, Kessler Foundation strives to better the lives of veterans with disabilities. Our research scientists are finding new ways to rehabilitate people with injuries to the brain and spinal cord. Through our grants

After an Unexpected Injury, Young Man Teaches others what Matters

Kevin Greene thought he was doing all the right things. He had just left work on his 22nd birthday and was exhausted. While he would've preferred to stay home and sleep, his friends convinced him to go out and celebrate. They had a designated driver—another friend—so he felt secure and safe to party

Intern with a Disability Proves Abilities to Himself and the World

Chris Miller, born with cerebral palsy, has severe spasticity, impaired speech and needs a power wheelchair to get around. However, at age 26, he already proved that he is able to work on changing policies for a country and the mindset of a foreign nation.

Kessler Foundation awards grants to the

Win Big for the Holidays in Kessler Foundation's 50/50 Raffle

Win up to $25,000! Purchase your raffle tickets today. Only 1,000 tickets will be sold!

Just in time for the holidays - Kessler Foundation's 50/50 Raffle is back! Two lucky individuals will win. The drawing will be held on Friday, November 30th at 2pm at Kessler Foundation. You do not need to be