Providing Services for Children and Adults with Special Needs in Northeast Ohio
ACME Community Cash Back Program Has Concluded
If you shop at any local Acme Fresh Market (let’s face it, who doesn’t?) send us your receipts dated from August 10th through December 30th and Acme will donate 5% of your total to Zane’s Inc. Help us SMASH last year’s “Cashback” total. But hurry, we only have a short time left to submit receipts for this year’s program.
That’s a WRAP!
Holiday Gift Wrapping Fundraiser Fun
Zane’s Inc. volunteers spent 10 hours on December 22nd wrapping holiday gifts at Summit Mall in Fairlawn. The holiday cheer was contagious as shoppers and Zane’s Inc. supporters alike brought their gifts to be wrapped by our busy little elves. Donations were accepted during this time for our Family Support Fund Initiative. Thank you to everyone who volunteered their time and for your donations.
Annual Sensory-Friendly Santa Holiday Party Success!
December 12th was a night to remember for so many, young and old, who came to the Zane’s Inc. Annual Sensory-Santa Holiday Party. Families in attendance were greeted with an evening of holiday inspired crafts, snacks, treats, and of course a little one-on-one time with the Big Man himself, Santa Claus. Thank you to all who participated in making this event so successful. We are looking forward to seeing more of you on the “NICE LIST” next year.
Final 2017 Funding Quarter Results
“Zane’s Board Members are pleased to announce the final funding quarter for the year 2017. Three families were awarded funds for various services for a total of $4,252.69.. Two families received funds for therapy services and the remaining family received adaptive equipment. We started this quarter with nine files and ended with a low number! We hope to make up for it next quarter. We are busy with our next funding quarter with disbursements planned in January of 2018.”
-Stacy Youssef, Founder & CFO
Dr. Burland gave an amazing presentation to us at our Monthly Community Meeting. We discussed among many topics, when the right time to talk to a doctor about diagnosis would be. From Autism to ADD / ADDHD to Anxiety, we got answers! If you missed Dr. Burland’s presentation feel free to check her out at KidsLink (http://www.kidslinkohio.com/)
Here’s a fun video Dr. Burland shared representing ADHD with Humor!