We combine movement instruction with educational & medical expertise, creating new techniques to teach children with disabilities and enhance their quality of life.
Allegro teaches more than 800... Learn more »
Special Olympics North Carolina offers year-round sports training and competition for nearly 40,000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities. These athletes inspire greatness through their... Learn more »
Dream On 3 is a non-profit organization headquartered in Charlotte, NC. We provide over-the-top, personalized sports dreams to kids (ages 5-21) who are living with a disability or life-altering... Learn more »
InReach provides innovative housing, employment, community services and emergency financial assistance to support people with intellectual, developmental and other disabilities and their families.... Learn more »
The mission of Make An Impact Foundation is to promote the education and well-being of children. We identify children in severe need (homeless, poverty, etc.) as well as those with learning needs,... Learn more »
A nonprofit thrift boutique that employs young adults with special needs (or, as we like to say, special talents). #Zthepotential
Note: Merkos Linyonei Chinuch Lubavitch of North Carolina is DBA ZABS... Learn more »
The Exceptional Foundation of Charlotte is a non-profit organization where individuals ages 14 and over with intellectual and developmental disabilities meet to enjoy social and recreational... Learn more »
Best Buddies North Carolina is dedicated to ending the social, physical and economic isolation of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). We opened in Charlotte in January 2017... Learn more »
Our vision is to see young adults with cognitive disabilities and autism who are ready to enter the work force, live independently and lead self-determined lives. There are more children than you... Learn more »
ECAC is dedicated to empowering families and improving lives, particularly for North Carolina families raising children ages 0 to 26 with disabilities. We are an organization by parents for parents.
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