Make a Difference Campaign 2021

This year SARAH Inc. is launching our “Make a Difference” Campaign in anticipation of Giving Tuesday on November 30, 2021. 
From Tuesday, November 2 through Tuesday, November 30th, you have the opportunity to truly make a difference and play a personal role in SARAH Inc.’s mission to Enhance Skills and Transform Lives of All Individuals with Differing Abilities

Giving Tuesday occurs each year on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving as we all begin preparing for the holiday season. Since it’s start in 2012, people from all over the world have come together and give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity. This day is all about giving back, and that can look different for everyone. Whether that is helping out a neighbor, donating to an organization, or just making someone smile: each act of generosity counts!

From birth, to a person’s first job interview, to retirement – SARAH Inc. is there for the families in our programs. The continued success of our organization would not be possible without individuals and families we help, our great staff, and your community support. Giving Tuesday is a great opportunity to support SARAH Inc. and make a difference in the lives of those we provide our services to.

During our Make a Difference Campaign we want to also give back to those who support us! This year, anyone who donates will be put into a raffle for an exclusive SARAH Inc. swag bag. No purchase necessary.

We will randomly select three winners once the donation period ends. To be considered for the drawing, please fill in all of the information on the donation form so we can contact you if you are selected! 

Below are some examples of how your donation will contribute to SARAH Inc.’s programs!

A $25 donation could make a difference by
  • buying adaptive feeding dishes and cutlery for a child with fine motor delays
  • covering the cost of an UBER for a supported worker to get to work
  • purchasing a new board game to be used in the program
  • $25
    A $50 donation could make a difference by
  • providing a child with a compression vest to help with sensory regulation
  • purchasing outdoor games or equipment to be used a local parks for adults with differing abilities
  • offering safety by purchasing Personal Protective Equipment for SARAH supported individuals working in the community such as masks and gloves
  • $50
    A $100 donation could make a difference by
  • purchasing adaptive switch-enabled toys for children with motor delays to play alongside their siblings
  • inspiring artistic abilities with new art supplies for the Adult Servcies' art therapy program
  • providing an individual with a new suit or professional outfit for their next job interview
  • $100
    A $250 donation could make a difference by
  • providing Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales to support diagnosis of intellectual and developmental disabilities in young children
  • purchasing new kitchen supplies to conduct in-house cooking lessons
  • offering a supported worker an assistive technology device to assist them with being successful on the job
  • $250
    A $500 donation could make a difference by
  • purchasing an iPad loaded with communication software to help a pre-verbal child communicate with his or her family and peers
  • buying a treadmill for individuals who have exercise specific goals in our Enrichment Day Support programs
  • providing one month of transportation to and from work for a supported worker
  • $500

    Ultimately it's the simple things that make a difference.