JUST IN: LaunchAbility And My Possibilities Merge Thanks To Assistance From The Better Together Fund

There’s been a lot of chatter about groups with similar goals and programs partnering up. As a result, the Better Together Fund was created on June 7, 2017, to assist in nonprofits coming together. On Monday, January 15, such a merger officially took place between My Possibilities and LaunchAbility. Made perfect sense. My Possibilities has been “a pioneer in vocational … [Read more...]

Ability Connection’s 10th Annual Vine And Dine Delighted Guests With Fine Cuisine, Success Stories And A Paddle Battle In The Live Auction

With Thanksgiving just a week away, Neiman Marcus Downtown came alive after-store hours on Thursday, November 16, for the 10th Annual Vine and Dine benefiting the Ability Connection. From cocktails on the ground level to a three-course seated dinner in the Zodiac Room, the evening was a feast for the gourmets. In addition to clients charming and delighting guests with their … [Read more...]

MySweetWishList: Equest Women’s Auxiliary Luncheon And Style Show

According to Equest Women’s Auxiliary Luncheon And Style Show Chair Heather Randall, “Equest has enhanced the lives of children and adults using horses to bring hope and healing through equine assisted therapies for thirty six years. In early 2018, we will reveal details of the annual Equest Women’s Auxiliary Fashion Show and Luncheon which will raise much-needed funds for … [Read more...]

MySweetWishList: Ability Connection

According to Ability Connection President and CEO Troy Greisen, “When it comes to gifts, many will put a smile on one’s face, but a gift to Ability Connection has the power to change the life of a child or adult with special needs. Ability Connection creates life change across the state of Texas. We serve over a thousand individuals with disabilities through education, … [Read more...]

MySweetWishList: Camp Summit

According to Camp Summit CEO Carla Weiland, “My wish this holiday season is that every child and adult with disabilities has the opportunity to experience the joy of camp. “Campers like Alex, whose parents struggle every month to cover the costs of required medications, doctors’ visits, and ongoing therapies, cannot give their son the camping … [Read more...]