Look closely at what makes Easter Seals unique from other health and human services providers, and it becomes clear: Easter Seals' greatest strength comes from the people who are Easter Seals. Relationships between therapists and clients, between teachers and preschoolers, between staff and parents, and between volunteers and staff. Helping children and adults with disabilities gain greater independence involves whole individuals, whole families and support systems.
Meet the people and organizations that support Easter Seals. Corporate sponsors, volunteers, staff, and national representatives share their commitments to Easter Seals and creating solutions that change the lives of people with disabilities.
Easter Seals RI Wants to "Give Back" to Corporate President's Council Member.
Easter Seals RI's Corporate President’s Council is a group of generous businesses that support Easter Seals with a gift of $1,000 or more each year. We hope you will join us in thanking them by patronizing their businesses. Click on the links below for more information on our partners or to visit their websites.
In January 2016, Dime Bank awarded ESRI $2,000 to support Early Intervention services. The outcomes for the families served empower parents so they may learn critical therapy techniques, allowing them to model desired behavior at home. In alignment with the Dime Bank Foundation’s mission to improve the well-being and quality of life for members of its communities, Easter Seals’ mission is to ensure all individuals with disabilities or special need and their families may live, learn, work, and play in their communities. Nearly 40% of families who receive Early Intervention services are from Westerly, Hopkinton, Richmond and surrounding towns in the area.
“The Dime Bank Foundation is proud to partner with organizations such as Easter Seals, to help local families with disabled or special needs children. In 1998, Dime Bank established the Dime Foundation enabling the bank to support and give back to the communities it serves. We place priority on basic human services for those considered most at-risk, education and job training with emphasis on programs that promote self-sufficiency, and services to under-served children, families or the elderly,” said Dee Sullivan, Dime Bank Executive Administrator & Project Manager.
For more information about Dime Bank please visit, www.thedimebank.com.
Blount Fine Foods
Century 21 Access America
Daniel Pearce Builders
Danielle and Michael Haxton Family Fund
Denali Wakefield LLC
Distefano Brothers Construction, Inc.
Ferry Orthodontics, Inc.
Fortney & Weygandt, Inc.
Horizon Beverage Company
Inspire Wellness Spa & Medical Center
Lawrence & Associates
McLaughlin & Moran
Narragansett Yacht Repair
NORR Architects Engineers and Planners
Rhode Island Distributing Co., LLC
South County Commons
Tickled Pink Photography
Tiger Rug Co.
T's Restaurant Group
United HealthCare Services, Inc.
The Washington Trust Company
William Starck Architects Inc.
Wind and Fire Jewelry