Philanthropy: It’s how we started. It’s how we have grown. It’s how we will continue to thrive.
The National Ability Center owes its very existence and its national and international presence to generations of philanthropic visionaries and a tradition of giving that goes back to our first programs at Park City Mountain.
Our first 15 lessons, provided to veterans with disabilities in 1985, were funded entirely by a gift from Disabled Veterans of America. Since then, generous members of our local, national and international community have helped shape and grow our mission through their donations of time, expertise and financial resources.
The determination to see past what you can’t do and focus on each individual’s capacity to achieve combined with visionaries who are passionate to share those possibilities with people of all abilities, is the heart of our organization. It fosters our capacity to inspire and achieve, to educate and to heal, and push the boundaries of possibility.
GIVING OPPORTUNITIES: Learn how you can support our mission:
Our goal is to maintain a variety of ways for you to invest in our mission in a way which aligns with your personal or family giving goals and objectives. We are committed to treating each donation with the same care and dedication it was given. Giving Opportunities include:
Sponsorship & Giving Groups: Giving groups aimed to create a community within a community. Group members join together for specific projects which align with our larger vision and goals. Sponsorship & Giving Groups include:
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Your investment will enable us to continue to inspire individual achievement and create global impact for people of all abilities. Please consider making a gift today that will directly impact the quality of life of individuals with disabilities and their families.
The National Ability Center is thankful for the financial support contributed by community donors and partners from around the world. All information gathered, presented and provided by the National Ability Center is used solely to benefit the mission of the National Ability Center. Donor information is considered confidential and is treated as such. The National Ability Center does not sell, rent or trade donor lists. We value our donors and adhere to the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ Donor Bill of Rights. If at any time you choose not to receive communications from us, you may contact the Communications Department and your name will be removed from our mailing list.