John Hernandez, Stella Ramirez & Chip Purkey, Help Heal Veterans; Lee Trisler, EXCEED CEO, Quinn Hawley, EXCEED Board Member, Pedro Zambrano, EXCEED Director of Training Center Programs in Hemet, Joy & Alyssa Ndombeson from GoDonut.
Barry Jardini, CDSA; Stella Ramirez, Chip Purkey & john Hernandez, Help Heal Veterans; Missy Johnson, CDSA.
Missy Johnson, CDSA; Joy & Alyssa Ndombeson, GoDonut; Barry Jardini, CDSA.
On August 6/2019, Debra Johnson and Teresa Tafoya from Milgard Windows & Doors present a check to EXCEED for $15,000!
The grant is part of Masco Corporation's Diversity and Inclusion program and will be used to further our efforts in removing barriers to employment for adults with disabilities.
Senator Jeff Stone Continues to Support Increased Funding for Programs that Provide Services to Adults with Disabilities
This is the heartwarming story of Darren O., seen here with his mom Darlene at the 2019 CDSA Legislative Breakfast on Friday January 25th. Congratulations Darren! All of us at EXCEED are very proud of you!
"My older brother was born with heart complications and was later diagnosed with autism. With my cleats, I want to show how much I look up to my older brother and his strength and determination."
More than 800 NFL players will showcase causes that are important to them with custom cleats during all Week 13 games, as part of the NFL's "My Cause, My Cleats" campaign.
As part of the collaboration between the NFL and players, players will represent hundreds of charitable organizations that focus on causes from youth wellness to sex trafficking prevention and support for single parents.
October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). This national campaign helps bring awareness to disability employment and celebrates the contributions of the disability workforce. This post highlights the employment stories and successes of three IRC Consumers who are working with IRC Service Provider EXCEED.
Follow this link for the story in the Valley News!