We are honored to work with many wonderful organizations in our community to help fulfill our mission of serving families that have children with special needs.
The rest of our sponsors and donors can be found HERE.
Thanks also to the wonderful families of the children featured in the photographs on our website. Each of these children is the reason we exist and strive to do more. We appreciate you sharing your child's beautiful face and spirit with us. They continue to be our inspiration!
Community Partner of the Year Award
We love to recognize an annual Community Partner that demonstrates their commitment to the special needs community through their relationship with us. These are companies and organizations that have gone above and beyond in helping us fulfill our mission. We thank them all for their contributions to inclusion!
2013: Above the Board Construction
ATB donated our beautiful office space and has treated us like family. Use of their space has allowed us to expand our reach to families and also forge new community partnerships.
2015: Concordia Lutheran School
CLS invited us to provide "invisible differences" education to their entire student body, one classroom at a time. They are creating the next generation of advocates for our families.
2014: Children's Museum of Tacoma
CMT has partnered with us to bring our monthly support group to the museum. With their help, we are able to provide inclusive play opportunities for kids while parents get some respite and are able to learn from our speaker, as well as make valuable connections with other parents.
2016: Metro Parks Tacoma Specialized Recreation
Specialized Recreation partnered with us to create the Groovin' 2 dance class. This inclusive dance class is sensitive to the needs of children with autism and other special needs, and it's very popular and fun!
Our nonprofit and support group were featured in the Children's Museum of Tacoma's 2013 "Playing Under the Stars" fundraiser video. The fundraising focus was how the museum can further build their relationship with and better serve the special needs community. We are proud to be a part of those efforts and thank the museum for letting our Executive Director, Angela Fish, speak at their gala immediately following the viewing of this video. We hope our efforts can help to further their work, and ours as well. Please watch the video below to learn about the positive impact we are helping to make on the Pierce County special needs community through our partnership.