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December 1st is #GivingTuesday!

#GivingTuesdayJasonIn 8th grade, Jason was a straight A student and a very talented athlete. On August 10, 1982, his family received a tragic call that Jason had been struck on his bicycle by a hit and run driver. His parents first sight of him was lying on a bed shaking uncontrollably as the doctor told them he wasn't going to make it.

After months of feeding tubes, health issues and answered prayers; Jason was finally released from the hospital. Still in a coma, his family cared for him at home and took him to visit family and friends. Ability Connection became part of Jason's team and gave the financial support necessary to enable Jason's family to receive the care he needs.

We are asking you to make a donation to
Ability Connection on Giving Tuesday,
December 1, 2015

It is estimated that one in five people will experience a disability in their lifetime. Your contribution makes a difference in the lives of 1,220 people with physical and intellectual disabilities, served by Ability Connection, as they strive to reach their highest level of independence.

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