$50 supports... 
one hour of music therapy for adults with physical, developmental, sensory and communication conditions. Music is a multi-sensory experience that enhances mood, attention and behavior and helps individuals like Perry develop gross motor skills.

$100 funds... 
equipment like feeding chairs that provides stability for a child with special needs, allowing them to eat lunch with their peers, while gaining a sense of independence. This means Will can move, stretch and interact with his environment without risking injury.

$250 provides... 
busing and administration for 30 children or adults to enjoy a community outing. At CP, trips to the zoo, a ball game, or simply out for lunch create a sense of independence and integrate special needs individuals with the greater community.

$500 offers... 
a person like Mauree an entire year of aquatic exercise twice a week to improve body strength, balance and functional mobility. After a rare neuro-immune disorder paralyzed her from the waist down, Mauree worked with staff at the Aquatic Center and regained her ability to walk.

$1000 means... 
making a connection with someone who may seem impossible to reach – subsidizing a communication device that enables a non-verbal client, like Vicky, to express herself to loved ones and caregivers.