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  • Dear Friends,

    As Friendship Home celebrates a remarkable 15 years of enriching the lives of people with developmental disabilities, we want to thank the hundreds of Friends who have embraced our mission and helped us build a solid foundation for the future. Our founders envisioned a bustling center filled with activity, opportunity and friends, and our Home with a Heart is just that. Friendship Home is filled with people who truly care about one another and are committed to continually raising awareness of the unique talents and gifts that our friends with special needs bring to our communities. Our Circle of Friends extends far beyond our walls as hundreds of individuals and businesses support our mission.

    The future is bright for Friendship Home as we continue to elevate the people we serve which in turn enriches our communities. Imagine a world where all friendships are based on shared interests and values and not intellectual abilities. We strive to break down barriers so that people can appreciate one another and celebrate diversity.

    Each of us has been transformed by our involvement with Friendship Home. As we celebrate our 15-year anniversary, we commemorate all of our accomplishments, but understand that we have far to go. Our 2014 Annual Appeal will help us continue on our journey. Our Bridges to Work program is continually seeking corporate partners who will provide opportunities for career advancement and equitable compensation. Our critically needed Home Away from Home overnight respite center must keep pace with growing demand. Finally our expanding Friendship Club social recreational programs need resources to keep our members stimulated as they unite to share common interests, socialize with friends and have fun in the community. Please consider supporting us by making a donation to our Annual Appeal. With your help, we will continue on our path of celebration, elevation and transformation.

    Lauren Payne, Executive Director
    and John H. Spurr, Jr., Chairman of the Board

    Friendship Home

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