About the Jawonio Capital Campaign
JAWONIO HAS RAISED $6 MILLION DOLLARS TOWARDS ITS $10 MILLION DOLLAR GOAL!
Thanks to the generosity of individual donors as well as public and private grant partners we have successfully raised $6 Million dollars for the Jawonio campus redevelopment project.
2015-2017: Received $3.2 Million from Economic Development Grants
2016: $1 Million from the sale of a Jawonio Asset
2017 - 2019: $2 Million in individual philanthropy
Capital Campaign Events
Thank you for your support!
Thank you to Co-Chairs, Sheriff Lou Falco and the Honorable Lon Hofstein, Alice and John Lenna and New City Bowl and Batting Cages along with our Hometown Heroes Committee for putting on such a successful 2nd Annual Bowl-A-Thon!
Thanks to you we raised over $23,000 in support of children with special needs!
For more information on our 2019 events, please visit our Event Page, and click on the photos above!
Capital Campaign Feature Sponsors
Westrock Pool & Spa chooses Jawonio as its Charity of Choice in 2019!
Three Ways Westrock and You Can Help Jawonio:
- For every purchase of an above ground pool, semi-inground pool or hot tub, Westrock will donate $100 to Jawonio.
- For every purchase of an inground pool, Westrock will donate $200 to Jawonio.
- For every tax-deductible donation to Jawonio, you'll receive 10% off pool supplies.
The William T. Morris Foundation Cabin
The Rockland Hometown Heroes Cabin and Committee Members
Jawonio holds a six-week summer education program where student therapies, education and learning take place on the grounds around the classrooms. This newly designed nature path that will support children with special needs all along the way and will expand classrooms outdoors by making nature more accessible.
Children who rely on durable medical equipment will be walked or pushed in wheelchairs or supported by wheeled support walkers on nature walks, field games, outdoor sing-a-longs or picnics. With the Summer Education Program in a camp or park-like setting, the path can be created to be wheelchair sensitive and walking safe for challenged walkers. Indigenous plantings and foliage will be placed along the path. These therapies and education build self-esteem and skill in a way that is often unavailable to children with disabilities. When the Summer Program is not in session, the nature path will be open to the public.
Help Us Reach Our Goal
We provide care for over 10,000 people with special needs each year.
Jawonio is a registered 501c3 organization and the premier provider of lifespan services in the Hudson Valley of New York State for individuals with developmental disabilities, behavioral health challenges, and chronic medical conditions.
Jawonio is dedicated to advancing the independence, well-being, and equality of people with disabilities and special needs.