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Let’s Finish 2016 TOGETHER!

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Let’s Finish 2016 TOGETHER! Inclusion cannot be accomplished alone! Join us TODAY to help children with and without disabilities build inclusive friendships and to make sure no one sits on the sidelines. Your gift will help the National Inclusion Project make friendship a priority for ALL children through innovative training for practitioners and public outreach […]

End 2016 Like a HERO!

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End 2016 like the HERO you are! Make an end of year donation to help children with and without disabilities build inclusive friendships, so no one sits on the sidelines. Your gift will help the National Inclusion Project make friendship a priority for ALL children through innovative training for practitioners and public outreach to parents. […]

Year-end Giving

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Get your 2016 donations in by Dec 31st! Year-end is the time to remember the tax benefits of charitable giving! If you have things that you are still looking to do in this area, we hope you consider the National Inclusion Project. It will go a long way in including children with disabilities next summer and throughout […]

Volunteers Needed – Wrapping for Inclusion

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Do you like to wrap presents? Do you like to talk to people and spread holiday cheer? Are you looking for a fun and meaningful volunteer opportunity for the holidays? WE NEED YOU!! Join Wrapping for Inclusion (WFI) and do something you love while impacting the lives of children. Check out the locations across the country […]

Honor your friends this holiday season!

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This holiday season, show your friends how much they mean to you! Honor a friend with a $25 donation to the Friendship Fund! For each donation: Your friend will receive a notification of your gift in their honor (including a personal message from you!) We will share a photo of you and your friend together in our 2016 Friendship […]

THANK YOU!

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This Thanksgiving we thank you ALL for your support and advocacy of inclusion. Below is a thank you note one of our partners received. Read, enjoy and know that YOU helped make it possible to include her son this summer. THANK YOU! “My son David loved being a part of Camp again this summer! He was able […]

Bubel/Aiken Founders’ Award

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Bubel/Aiken Founders’ Award Annually, our co-founders Clay Aiken and Diane Bubel select a volunteer to recognize with their Bubel/Aiken Founders’ Award. Together, they select someone from our wonderful volunteers and supporters who truly embraces our mission and embodies the nature of a champion of inclusion. This year we’d like to congratulate Meryle Gitto for receiving […]

Online Silent Auction and Raffle Tickets Now Available!

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Bid ONLINE! For the first time in a long time, we’ve taken a portion of our silent auction ONLINE! The auction includes items exclusively available online and a few items that will start online and continue at the Champions Gala. (There will also be some amazing items available only at the live event in Charlotte, […]

Join the Inclusion Exchange!

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You asked for it, and we’re giving it to you. The National Inclusion Project is so excited to announce a new way to connect with others who care about inclusion as much as you do! The Inclusion Exchange is the FREE online meeting place for practitioners, coaches, camp counselors, and teachers who are working to […]

Discover the Science of Friendship!

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Friendship might look like an inspired moment, but there’s a science to planting the seeds that encourage connections to bloom. The National Inclusion Project has created a model that builds inclusive friendships for all children, called the Science of Friendship. This is a step-by-step guide we have been developing since 2003, which helps adults connect […]