Why Your Donation Matters
Even though Harc is a non-profit organization and receives State funding, there remains
a significant gap between the money we receive and what is needed
to provide the complete services Harc provides.
Meet Stephanie Escalera
Stephanie requires one-to-one support for her basic daily needs, many things we all take for granted.
Even with these physical limitations she excels at many things.
She is bilingual and is an excellent communicator. She volunteers her time as an interpreter, is computer savvy, has her own fashion blog, and is Harc’s Fashion Diva!
Her love of music and singing was showcased at the 2017 & 2018 Auction & Gala performing a solo, where she received a standing ovation.
Harc has provided Stephanie the opportunity to Spark her Possibilities and live a life of Quality, Inclusion and Dignity.
Meet Richard Stone
When Richard was a child he was told that he did not have the capacity to learn how to read, and that he should not even try because of his intellectual disability.
Even without this skill, he was able to complete his daily work for 18 years at the Robinson+Cole law firm, a position the Harc Supported Employment Program found for him.
Today, Richard is reading, and “Richard’s Corner Stone Connection”, a lending library located at Harc, has opened.
We need YOU, our donors, to help continue to Spark Possibilities
with your generous support today!