Taking on disability together

Easterseals Capper Foundation is working to change the way the world defines and views disability by making profound, positive differences in people's lives every day.

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What's New

Spots Still Available for iCan Bike Participants & Volunteer Spotters!
This unique 5-day program that gives individuals with disabilities the self-confidence to learn to ride a two-wheel bicycle is filling up fast. Volunteers are needed to run, jog and walk alongside the riders. More information and forms are available on our Recreation webpage.
Register Now for Upcoming Professional Development Workshop!
Peter Leidy will present a workshop titled "Supporting Each Other to Discover Our Best Work" on June 13th. Registration is open through June 1st. Cost is $100 and groups of two or more can save $25 each when enrolling together.
Our 17th Annual An Evening as a Child a Smashing Success!
Our signature special event themed "Capper Superheroes" to benefit the individuals and families we serve was a success thanks to our sponsors, donors, friends, volunteers and staff. Check out news coverage from the event.
Come Join Our Team...Job Opportunities Available!
We have full-time and part-time positions available in Topeka and South-Central Kansas (El Dorado and Arkansas City/Winfield). Visit our Careers webpage for more information.
ESCF Receives Several Donations & Grants!
Special thanks to BCBS of KS, Sertoma, Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Topeka Active 20/30 Club, The Sunflower Foundation, Reser's Cares, The Wheel Barrel and Baker University's School of Nursing for their generous support of our programs and services.

Our Public Service Announcement (PSA)

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View our Public Service Announcement (PSA) that is running on KSNT News.

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Featured Artist - Florence "Flo"

Florence

Discover some of Topeka's very best artists with a special cause at Capper Creations Gift Shop! The gift shop is open 9 am - 4 pm weekdays.

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