Letters From Camp – Brooke From Brooke’s parents: “I just wanted to take a minute to send my sincerest thanks to you! For some kiddos, summer camp is a given. For Brooke, it can be a time of stress, anxiety, and insecurity. Not so with National Inclusion Project’s Let’s ALL Play. The counselors all embraced and accepted […]
Posts Categorized: Success Story
Letters From Camp – Matthew From Matthew’s Camp Director: “What a successful camp experience! A few weeks ago, we had a camper, Matthew, who was obviously very hesitant about being in his group. Matthew needed a lot of structure and boundaries to help him participate in camp activities because of some impulse control and sensory issues. […]
Letters From Camp – Hayes From Hayes’ Counselor: “At the start of the summer, Hayes was less than enthusiastic to begin camp. It took much prodding for him to get him on the bus, connect with his peers, and participate in any activities. He even regarded the banana boat ride as ‘lame’! Because of the […]
Letters From Camp – Marcus From Marcus’ Mother: “Marcus began group swim while I was in the hospital…first class was ok’ish, second class when it was time to get out he had a bit of a meltdown and kicked an instructor. My first reaction was ‘oh no, is he kicked out?’ He was not! We came […]
THANK YOU! Thank you to everyone that attended, volunteered, and sponsored the 2017 Power of Play Inclusion Conference! We had an amazing time and hated to see everyone leave. We hope you all left with a great toolkit of inclusive best practices, new friends and photos/videos to get you through the after-conference depression. Above […]
Check out our Summer newsletter! You can read about our article in the Philanthropy Journal, our new Ambassador Program, a thank you to Zak Fathi and much more! And get the next one sent directly to your inbox! Sign up today.
Where Hope Grows Screening – Q&A with Actor David DeSanctis to Follow April 10th 6:30pm-9:30pm at Marbles Kids Museum Admission is free, RSVPs are recommended… Join David DeSanctis and the National Inclusion Project to see Where Hope Grows for the first time in Raleigh. Calvin Campbell is a former professional baseball player sent to an early […]
An Open Letter to our Supporters from our Executive Director… I hope this letter finds you enjoying a great start to 2016 and that all of your New Year’s resolutions are still intact. As I have been connecting and reconnecting with many of you over these first 3 months of my time as Executive Director, […]
HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!! *Thank you to Sue Reuterskiold for putting together this video for us*
Happy Holidays! Learn more about why Inclusion Matters, Year End Giving, and how you can help the National Inclusion Project during your holiday online shopping! Check out our December newsletter. And get the next one sent directly to your inbox! Sign up today.