Dance Your Blues Away Music Fundraiser
& Dance Party.
You are invited to THE GRODEN NETWORK'S "Dance Your Winter Blues Away" Music Fundraiser & Dance Party! The fundraiser will take place on Friday, January 23, 2015 from 7:00 PM until 9:30 PM at St. Mary Antiochian Orthodox Church Parish Center, 249 High Street, Pawtucket, RI.
Tickets are $20 for parents and friends, and $15 for employees and clients.
Proceeds will enhance recreational opportunities for individuals living in the Groden Center Residential Program. Music graciously provided by: Fusion, the band of Groden North Parents Denise & Tony Walstra. To hear Fusion, please visit www.fusionbandct.com.
Snacks will be provided and there will be a cash bar for soda, water, beer and wine.
To buy tickets or get more information, click here.
To donate online, click here
At THE GRODEN NETWORK, we strive to support children, adolescents, and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities and behavioral challenges to lead productive, dignified, and satisfying lives. Your financial support is crucial for THE GRODEN NETWORK to continue providing the highest level of care and the full range of services.
With your support, we can enrich the daily lives of all the children, adolescents, and adults we serve. Here are just a few examples of how much your much-appreciated gifts are put to work:
A donation of $50 can be used to purchase board games, books, and puzzles to help students develop fine motor, cognitive, sensory, and social/pretend play skills, as well as enhance their focus and attention.
A donation of $100 can be used to purchase games such as putting tees for miniature golf to improve our students’ gross motor skills.
A donation of $250 would purchase an iPod touch, case and extended warranty. For children, teens and adults who are minimally verbal or non-verbal, use of this type of augmentative communication system is vital to their development.
A donation of $500 helps send a child or teen to the Therapeutic Summer Camp for individuals with Asperger’s Syndrome/High Functioning Autism. He/she will be provided with social coaching to promote the development of peer interaction skills, flexible behavior, and self-control.
A donation of $1,000 allows the Groden Greenhouse to purchase poinsettia “plugs” needed to grow our holiday crop. Clients working at the Greenhouse learn gardening skills useful in preparing them for paid employment.
A donation of $2,000 can be used to purchase a state-of-the art computer and data entry program for our adult clients to help prepare them for paid employment.
A donation of $5,000 can be used to purchase a SMART Board, an interactive whiteboard used for teaching, engaging students and improving learning outcomes in the classroom.
Be a part of THE GRODEN NETWORK and help us change the lives of those in need. Even a small gift could change the world of our clients and help them thrive.
Your contribution is 100% tax deductible.
Please consider donating online at:
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Have you ever considered providing foster care?
The Groden Center is looking for individuals and couples interested in becoming licensed foster parents for children and adolescents with developmental disabilities and behavior disorders.
Click here for more information.
Helen Morcos Appointed to Special
GRODEN NETWORK is pleased to announce that Helen Morcos, our
President/Executive Director, has been appointed to the Special Joint
Commission to Study the Quality of Life and Create Positive Outcomes for
Individuals with Autism in the State of Rhode Island. Congratulations,
Groden Center Residential Programs receive international excellence accreditation. One of only two accredited organizations in New England for Autism Services .
Groden's Community Residential Program and Therapeutic Foster Family Services have been awarded the highest level of accreditation by CARF. Click here for more information.
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