Help people with developmental disabilities achieve their goals and dreams as welcome members of our community.
How You Can Help
Hopes & Dreams
Project Independence was founded on the belief that people with disabilities possess the potential to live and interact in their communities, and that by listening to the hopes and dreams of people we serve, we can help them.
More Ways to Give
Donors who support the organization with a major gift of $1,000 or more will receive special recognition on our Web site and Year in Review newsletter, framed artwork from a Project Independence client, recognition on the Project Independence recognition display for one year, and invitations to Project Independence’s periodic donor receptions. Donors who make one-time or cumulative contributions of $10,000 or more will also be permanently listed on the recognition display at Project Independence.
Become a member of the “I Will Club” by naming Project Independence as a beneficiary of your will, trust or planned gift. Members receive a framed membership certificate and distinctive lapel pin, are listed on our Web site and Year in Review, and are invited to the VIP reception held before the Celebration of Independence.
Join a unique group of dedicated businesses who work with Project Independence to champion independence for people with developmental disabilities. Business Champions understand that all people have value and contribute to our community. As a Business Champion you have an opportunity to show your support in the community while receiving promotional benefits through our website and by utilizing our official Business Champion Seal. Find our more.
Contributing a good or service can benefit the mission of Project Independence or a Project Independence event. Examples include a media donation by Time Warner Cable for the Walk for Independence, or a donation of computers for use in a Project Independence office.
Donate Your Car
Donate your car to Project Independence through CarDana! You can start the donation process here: https://cardana.co/#cardanadonationform.
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Meet Bobby Spitzberg
Quite simply, Bobby Spitzberg is unforgettable. People who underestimate him- like judging a book by its cover – do so at their loss.
But those who take the time to meet him quickly realize that he is the walking, talking epitome of Project Independence, which was founded on the belief that people like Bobby who have disabilities still possess the potential to live productive lives and interact in their communities.