“Regardless of what limitations I have, InspiriTec has given me the opportunity to work and to be a contributing member of society.”
Our colleagues have special needs that require job adaptations, investments and accommodations. Your contribution directly supports the extra services we deploy to enable our staff to work effectively.
Each disability is different and the types of services we provide are varied and many, but a successful accommodation often results in a successful and productive employee.
At 79%, people with disabilities have the highest rate of unemployment or underemployment
20% of the U.S. population has a disability
People with disabilities are the largest minority group in the country
35% of Iraq Vets have or will experience PTS
260,000 disabled veterans will be homeless this year
More than 5.5 million veterans are living with a disability
1 in 3 male vets under age 24 were unemployed in 2011
Ways To Give
Use your credit card to make a donation online. It’s fast, easy and safe.
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To make a check or cash donation, please mail your gift to our corporate office:
340 N. 12th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Designate InspiriTec for your United Way or CFC Campaign
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Goods and Services
Each year InspiriTec receives contributions in the form of goods and services. We are always accepting donations that support our employees moving into new homes and transitioning to work as well as donations that support our organization’s marketing, public relations and fundraising efforts to promote our mission to be an inspired social entrepreneurship. Please contact John Connolly with any questions regarding making a contribution, either by phone (877-648-3600) or via email email@example.com.
WHAT YOUR DONATION COULD SUPPORT
$50 – Transportation vouchers covering unexpected trips to and from medical appointments.
$150 – Business attire for an employee working in a professional office environment; often for the first time.
$250 – Child care expenses for an employee whose primary daycare provider, typically a family member, falls ill.
$500 – Ergonomic chair for an employee suffering from a neurological or other condition.
$750 – Legal consultations to help an employee living with a disability prepare wills, healthcare directives, power of attorney or other documents.
$1,000 – Screen reading software (JAWS) to adapt existing contact center technologies for accessibility by an employee with low or no vision.
$1,500 – Medical services (such prosthetic legs, oxygen, wheelchair batteries, prescriptions and many others) not covered 100% insurance.
$2,000 – Housing assistance in the form of moving expenses, rental deposits or household necessities when an employee loses their place of residence.