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    NUESTRO PROPÓSITO Y LO QUE NOS CONDUCE

    Creemos que todas las personas, sin importar las circunstancias o el código postal, deberían tener la oportunidad de prosperar. Pero para todos nosotros, descubriendo de lo que somos capaces y alcanzar nuestro máximo potencial requiere apoyo en el camino. Con un conjunto de servicios efectivo e interrelacionado, trabajamos en asociación con nuestros vecinos que crean un cambio transformador en sus propias vidas.

    Confianza en el poder y potencial de las personals. Desde 1869.

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    Our Continued

    Impact

    150+
    instances of serious abuse or neglect uncovered as a result of participation in the CAPP program
    43
    program sites in Puerto Rico serving pregnant mothers, new parents, and young children
    1,000
    children and adults served in our programs for individuals with developmental disabilities every year
    3,960
    hours of free after-school programming provided to Haven Academy students every year
    Invierta en potencial y transformación
    Su contribución hace que las oportunidades y el apoyo estén disponibles para las personas que trabajan para darse cuenta de su propia fortaleza e independencia.
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    May 26
    Virtual Job Fairs - Nurses, Therapists, and Direct Support Professionals
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    May 25
    Info Session: Become a Foster Parent with The Foundling

    Success Stories

    Adeola Found Life Changing Opportunities

    As a person with developmental disabilities living in one of our residences, Adeola faced a number of difficulties in achieving her goals. Like many young people, Adeola has always wanted to find employment, go to college, and become independent—but she struggled to find pathways to achieve this on her own, and felt stagnant in her life trajectory. Over the past three years, however, she’s discovered an incredible support system within The Foundling—and her future is bright.

    After joining our Employment Services program, she began to learn important job skills and gained experience through volunteering. After a year and a half of intensive training, she now works part-time as an Administrative Assistant. The program continues to influence her continued success—she regularly reviews her notes to brush up on skills, and Foundling staff continue to provide workplace guidance as needed. At the same time, Adeola is pursuing her education. She’s a full-time college student, working toward her bachelor’s degree in Disability Studies. The Foundling has been proactive in ensuring that she take advantage of all resources available to her, and she’s succeeding in the final year of her studies. As an aspiring artist, she hopes to one day teach art to others.

    Adeola never would’ve imagined she’d be where she is today—and now, she is living the life she dreamed.