Who We Are

PRIDE, Inc. provides quality vocational, social and alternate residential programs for
individuals with developmental, cognitive or intellectual disabilities.
Dedicated to improving the quality of people's lives, our philosophy is that everyone
who wants to work can work and be able to live in the most independent situation of their choice.
PRIDE, Inc. is a private nonprofit organization in Taunton serving southeastern Massachusetts.

Fundraising Events


Clams, sausages, hot dogs, chourico, potatoes, onions, sweet potatoes... and ice cream for all! One of our most popular events.

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May 8, 2015
Clam Boil

Guests from the community share breakfast on us, learn about PRIDE's mission, and enjoy special speakers.

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May 14, 2015
Community Breakfast
Meat on Skewer

If you've never experienced this great event, join us this year! Generous portions of meat barbecued on skewers. Entertainment provided.

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June 26, 2015
Meat On A Stick
Golf Ball

Our biggest fundraiser, the Golf Tournament is always welcoming new teams for this fantastic day.

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August 7, 2015
Golf Tournament

Help us receive a community grant from Mechanics Cooperative Bank today!

Mechanics Bank Contest

...It's easy to help!

Mechanics Cooperative Bank is donating $25,000 to local non-profits and they want your help to decide who gets it! Customers of Mechanics Cooperative Bank can vote online for PRIDE to receive a community grant, which may entitle us to $15,000 (first place), $7,500 (second place) or $2,500 (third place). Through 12/1/15 they'll be tracking all votes from Mechanics Cooperative Bank customers to determine who will win! Not a Mechanics customer yet? Learn more about opening an account now online and voting for PRIDE today!

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... a Board member and mom speaks out

PRIDE has always been there for not only my son but for my entire family. This organization goes above and beyond for those with intellectual disabilities. It has provided my son with the work that makes him feel good and the social connection that makes him smile. He has great self-esteem and enjoys attending PRIDE's Programs.

Patricia BabbittPatricia Babbitt | Parent of PRIDE participant and PRIDE Board Member

... an employer gives praise

The men and women of PRIDE are so reliable and dependable, and come in every day happy and appreciative of the opportunity to work and make a difference. They genuinely care about the work they do, the quality of their efforts and the service that they provide.

Alex ChoiAlex Choi | VP, General Manager and Principal - 3balls.com

... Easter Seals says 'thanks'

I want to recognize your staff and clients who participate in our Easter Seals volleyball and softball events. They have been enthusiastic participants for over 25 years. Special thanks to Doug Latham who organizes the team. He is outstanding. Thanks again for working with Easter Seals and for all you do in the community.

link to easter sealsKirk N. Joslim | President & CEO - Easter Seals


  • Our deepest condolences go to the family of longtime Board member, Alison Mickelson, who passed away on June 9th peacefully at home in Taunton with her husband, John, by her side. Alison was a devoted PRIDE Board member who served our organization for many, many years. She was also past President of the Professional Women's Club. We are grateful for Alison's commitment to PRIDE and the Taunton community, and continue to keep her family and friends in our thoughts and prayers.

  • PRIDE received a generous grant from Mechanics Cooperative Bank to purchase a minivan that will transport our members to and from our headquarters, to job sites, community activities and special events. Our sincere and enthusiastic thanks to Mechanics for their fantastic support of PRIDE services and programs. Our gratitude, also, goes to Luka B Signs for donating the fantastic van wrap. We appreciate your support.

Recent Events

We had a fantastic turnout for the first Annual Community Breakfast this year, which highlighted 3balls.com for their commitment to hiring individuals with disabilities. Special thanks go to Taunton Mayor Thomas Hoye and Representative Shaunna O'Connell for joining us and saying a few words in support of our mission.

We'd also like to thank the Rehoboth Dighton girls' soccer team and their fantastic coaches, who helped cook and serve the all-you-can-eat Annual Clam Boil Dinner. Thanks team! Highlights of the night included a bucket auction, 50/50 raffle, and lobster raffle to help raise funds for PRIDE programs and services. Our many thanks to all who volunteered, contributed auction items and participated in this great event.


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Coming Soon

Join us for the Meat-On-A-Stick fundraiser or the Annual Golf Tournament. Learn more.

The Easter Seals Softball Tournament will be on August 15, 2015 at 10:30 am in Stoughton.

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