Partner Profiles

Community Partners: Making a Difference Across the Country

Farmsteads of New England
Valuable Skills Taught at Farmsteads of New England
Through a grant from The MENTOR Network Charitable Foundation Farmsteads of New England developed a new vocational program for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.
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rowing for people with disabilities
Community Rowing Inc. Truly is "For All"
Grants from The MENTOR Network Charitable Foundation have helped Community Rowing, Inc. expand their programming for veterans with brain and spinal cord injuries and people with disabilities.
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Growing Brighter Futures
Today, Roses for Autism – a program of Ability Beyond Disability – employs 22 full-time and part-time workers in an inclusive environment, with 30 percent of the farm’s employees on the Autism spectrum. The Program offers assessments and vocational training for young people, age 16 and older, and for adults.
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Discovering Justice: Stand Up for Your Rights Program
Thanks in part to a grant from The MENTOR Network Charitable Foundation, Discovering Justice was able to expand its Stand Up for Your Rights program including new curriculum focused on the First Amendment.
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Opening Up the World Through Basketball
Hoops Sagrado, a nonprofit supported by the Foundation, creates connections between youth at-risk from the D.C. area and their peers in the highlands of Guatemala using basketball to foster leadership, teamwork and development.
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Connecting with Youth in Foster Care at the YMCA of Orange County
For its work with youth at risk and the development of their Foster Mentoring program, the YMCA of Orange County was recognized as a 2013 Community Partner of The MENTOR Network Charitable Foundation.
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Man's Best Friend Soothes the Wounds of War
Meeting the rehabilitation needs of these brave men and women is now a national responsibility. Government agencies, veterans organizations and nonprofit and private service providers like The MENTOR Network are responding with innovative approaches.
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brain injury technology program
Connecting is Just a CliC Away
Developed by the Brain Injury Services of Southwest Virginia, Community Living Connection—or CLiC—is an innovative online program that provides services and fosters relationships among brain injury survivors.
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top dog
TOP DOG's Training is Worth a Treat
The Foundation supports TOP DOG an organization dedicated to teaching people with disabilities—including those with brain and spinal cord injuries—how to train their own dogs to become fully certified service animals.
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