The 6th Annual Tee Off 4 Disabled Golf Tournament

AccessAbility is excited to announce our participation in the 6th annual Tee Off 4 Disabled Golf Tournament on Columbus day, 10/9/2017.  The tournament’s goal is to support people with intellectual disabilities by playing Captian’s Choice on the greens of Crowfield Golf Club. We are calling upon our supporters to join us and our friends, The Civitans, in this day of sporting fun and fellowship.  Be a sponsor and support the players or sign up a team and compete for this awesome…

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AccessAbility Fund at the Coastal Community Foundation

AccessAbility Fund at the Coastal Community Foundation We are excited to announce that AccessAbility is now partners with the Coastal Community Foundation. What does this mean for you? Our goal is to be the best stewards of the donor gift, and in becoming a foundation, we can do the most with what you give and maximize our impact in the community. Visit Coastal Community Foundation.org to see what great programs are available to support, as well as to donate to…

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ART in the DARK has been rescheduled for May 25th! What does this mean for you, you dare ask? It means more time to get artistic! Create those masterpieces and send your information in to Kurtis Whitehead @ Kwhitehead@abilitysc.org. Tickets are now $10.00 for Adults and Free admission for Children. Tickets Available at Eventbrite.com. The Event will be held at AccessAbility Headquarters, 7944 Dorchester Rd, North Charleston, SC.  Lets fill the walls and air with music, performance and art! See you There.

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Employment First – #HireMeSC Campaign is Here!

GREENVILLE– The South Carolina Employment First Initiative is thrilled to announce the launch of its social media campaign, #HireMeSC. The #HireMeSC Campaign aims to use social media to engage young adults with disabilities in sharing their career ambitions, success, and barriers to employment in order to raise awareness about the importance of promoting employment as the first and preferred option for students with disabilities. For young adults with disabilities who want to get involved, take a selfie or a photo…

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