The mission of the Heinzerling Foundation is to provide a loving and nurturing environment that enriches the development, education and quality of life of individuals with severe or profound developmental disabilities.

 


Join Jean and support his 2014 Appalachian trail thru hike-
“A Walk To Ride” All proceeds will be used
to purchase a new wheelchair accessible van for our
Residents!


Click here to learn more about Jean and his journey!


 


2014 Opportunities to Purchase Engraved
Pavers for the Outdoor Sensory Environment

Heinzerling Friends, we still have opportunities for purchase of engraved pavers for the Outdoor Sensory Environment. There are 42 pavers available on the floor of the gazebo for individuals or families to purchase. This is a wonderful way to honor a loved one or recognize a special person. In addition, you will be contributing to worthwhile project that benefits our residents.

The OSE has been a wonderful addition to the Heinzerling Foundation, and has provided residents improved opportunities for developing their sensory, mobility, and outdoor recreation skills. This long term project has been realized through the commitment of our Board of Trustees, staff, donors, and corporate supporters. Please help us reach the finish line and complete all of the engravings for the OSE.
To make your paver donation today

CLICK HERE!


 
Pavers will be installed in early spring.

In addition to the pavers, we are still in need of two donors for the engraved columns in the gazebo. This is a perfect opportunity for local companies, foundations, service clubs, and resident families to contribute to the park. We are still fundraising to reach our goal for the OSE. Thank you!

For more information about these opportunities please contact:

Brian Asbury, Director of Development
basbury@heinzerling.org
(614) 272-8888 x624

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