The Gibney Family Foundation Invests $100,000 in School2Work
Thanks to a generous grant ($100,000 over three years) from The Gibney Family Foundation, CCS will soon formally launch its School2Work career development program. School2Work builds on the expertise and partnerships of our nationally recognized Way2Work program to offer career development and job placement in the competitive economy for high school students with disabilities who are transitioning to the world of work. We will be announcing other partners soon – stay tuned for more details on the launch.
And, THANKS to The Gibney Family Foundation. We look forward to this partnership!
Champlain Community Services (CCS), Inc., in our 48th year of serving our community, offers coordinated one-to-one supported employment, home & shared living, school-to-career transition, and community supports to adults and children with developmental and intellectual disabilities in Chittenden, Franklin, and Grand Isle Counties, Vermont.
We also promote and coordinate self-advocacy activities, and offer crisis (24 hour on-call response) and respite (staffing and coordination of additional hours)
A small, family-centered organization providing lifelong supports, CCS offers personalized, intentional service. We work closely with each individual — and the people important to them — to help them create a fulfilling life respectful of his or her unique goals and dreams.
CCS Holds “United Way Week” Events to Support Community Campaign!
Our United Way Keyperson Michelle Paya and volunteer/intern Stephanie Ashline have put together an exciting week of events to promote our United Way workplace campaign. United Way week is November 17 through 21, and we hope to really raise soem funds in support of this year’s community campaign.
Watch this year’s terrific campaign video!
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