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Help Worlds Open Up!

A letter from William Regan, President, People Inc. Foundation

 

At People Inc., our services touch the lives of thousands of people annually. My own personal experiences with their staff of professionals and programs have provided me and my loved ones with an abundance of care, strength and hope, along with a vibrant sense of community. 

The agency offers an expansive array of services to support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as the Deaf or hard of hearing, seniors and people seeking much needed affordable housing. In addition, People Inc. is committed to investing in the latest resources available and in professional development programs that promote excellence in the delivery of services. This commitment also extends to our Direct Support Professionals (DSP) who are called to our mission of human service.

It is for these reasons that I fully support the development of People Inc. Foundation's new President & CEO’s Discretionary Support FundIt recognizes Anne McCaffrey’s new leadership and vision for the future, and will provide essential resources to:

  • Support the development of new and innovative initiatives that engage and enrich the experiences of people receiving services.
  • Address immediate needs and fund unexpected strategic priorities.
  • Provide funds that support our dedicated DSPs when urgent or unexpected expenses arise.

Your contribution to the President & CEO’s Discretionary Support Fund will help drive innovation and support our highest priority needs, continuing to help "Worlds Open" for the people we serve and the team that supports them.

Thank you in advance for your compassion and dedication to improving the lives of those we love and for those providing their care!

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Nominate an exceptional member of our team to honor and celebrate during DSP Recognition Week (September 8 – 14, 2024) by July 21, 2024 at www.people-inc.org/dspnomination.

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