The Guild depends on the support of families, friends, foundations and other grant-making institutions as we seek to expand the impact of our work with youth and adults with intellectual disabilities. In 2019, we serve 140 students and adults residents – double the number we served just five years ago.
But as we educate, encourage and empower more individuals with special needs, we seek philanthropic support for our community-engagement activities and person-centered enrichment programming not paid for through tuition dollars.
By supporting The Guild community, you are helping each community member to achieve their full potential and participate meaningfully in society.
How your support helps
Gifts permit The Guild to buy memberships in external programs – gyms, community centers and farm collaboratives, for instance – that support efforts to integrate Guild students and adults into the communities in which they live.