The therapeutic programs we fund allow children and young adults with special needs the opportunity to participate in various arts and recreational programs, taught by certified instructors and therapists. We accept grant applications for programs looking for funding.
We are thrilled to be awarded a grant from the Genesis Foundation to further our work in providing evidence-based educational programs and services for children and youth with Down syndrome. Genesis has been a supporter of community-based programs for years and we are grateful for their support as it will allow us to serve even more families.
Julie Messina, President, 3-21 Foundation
I could see the fear in my wife’s eyes. Dr. Feingold took a lot of time to explain everything to us that day. The most important thing he said was that it would be a journey, but one that he would take WITH us. In that moment, I saw the fear in my wife’s face disappear.
Michael Murphy, father of Zachary, a patient of The Feingold Center for Children
When I learned that my child had problems, I was sick with worry. It is an indescribable feeling of helplessness and powerlessness, fear and anxiety. I don’t know if those feeling ever went away completely. I will always worry. But I now know I don’t have to go it alone. We have the team of professionals at the Feingold Center for Children to thank for that.
Our gratitude to The Feingold Center for Children & The Genesis Foundation is immeasurable. Because of their assistance, we have been able to spend more time focused on loving Daniel and his younger brother Brendan. By providing and facilitating optimal care for Daniel, he has reached his true potential and our family has been transformed.
The O’Donnell Family
Bella would need many specialists and we wanted the top ones. The Feingold Center stepped in immediately to help with that and still organizes Bella’s yearly visits with her team. It takes a huge amount of stress off of us as the parents to schedule everything, which is extremely important since Morquio is a progressive disorder.
The Burton Family