PRIDE members recently trained in Self Advocacy

Community Partners

"Every successful individual knows that his or her achievement depends on a community of persons working together."

—Paul Ryan

We are thankful to our volunteer Board of Directors, and the many community partners, businesses and organizations who support our efforts through their collaboration, volunteerism, in-kind-gifts, sponsorships and financial contributions throughout the year. We believe that giving back to our community is just as important as the support we receive from others. For this reason, PRIDE program members are encouraged to volunteer in the community. PRIDE members often have the opportunity to serve other community organizations by participating in fundraisers and many types of service opportunities such as the Annual Easter Seals Volleyball Tournament, Earth Day City Clean-Up, the Cancer Society Daffodil Days, Community Gardening, and placing flags on veterans' graves for Memorial Day. Some PRIDE members also take part in trainings in the community. We celebrate the individuals shown above, who recently completed Self Advocacy Training!