As we continue celebrating ten years of impact, today we bring you the top 10 reasons to attend the Butterfly Tea on April 28th, 2018.
June 2018 marks the first Joseph Maley Family Support Sibs Summer Camp. Participants will share their experiences as siblings of individuals with disabilities in a safe and respectful environment. Campers will also have the opportunity to engage in other Joseph Maley Foundation programs such as Service Day, HOPE, and disABILITY Awareness.
The Joseph Maley Foundation is currently hosting two spring-semester interns from the University of Indianapolis. Kirby Jones and Niki Schath are both members of the Class of 2018 who participate in cheerleading, among many other extracurricular pursuits. Both Kirby and Niki decided to continue their internship experience through the summer before they move on to graduate school; we are happy to keep them as part of our JMF family a bit longer! We invite you to get to know them more in this week’s blog.
The Dr. Kosmas Kayes Educator’s Scholarship honors the legacy of Kosmas Kayes, Ed.D., a life-long educator, who was dedicated to improving the lives of others through learning. For more than forty years, Dr. Kayes served the state of Indiana as a teacher, administrator, and mentor – shaping the lives of countless individuals who continue his legacy of integrity and service through education.
More than 19% of Indiana’s population is composed of adults and children with a disability. Every March, the Hoosier state celebrates Disability Awareness Month. On March ninth, the Joseph Maley Foundation partnered with Holy Spirit Catholic School to provide a unique opportunity to conclude their weeklong disABILITY Awareness program.
The Joseph Maley Foundation is ready to tip-off in the first round of the 2018 Brackets for Good tournament! We are celebrating ten years of impact in 2018, and you can assist us in winning $10,000.00 to serve children of all abilities during this milestone year!