Help us help others.
Your gift to Easterseals Midwest makes a profound difference in the lives of people with disabilities.
Easterseals Midwest is changing the way the world defines and views disability by making positive, profound differences in people's lives every day. Easterseals employs more than 1,700 staff members and provides services for nearly 5,000 individuals and families statewide through four divisions:
• Autism Services
• Community Living Services
• Early Childhood Services
• Employment Services
11933 Westline Industrial Drive
St. Louis, MO 63146-3203
In addition, there are numerous other ways to give:
It is the belief of Easterseals Midwest that all people should be treated with dignity and respect. All people should have choices and control of their own lives. And all people can learn, live, work, and participate in a community that values their contributions, regardless of their disability.
Your gift of $125 can cover three hours of on-the-job support for people with disabilities, helping to ensure their long-term success at work.
Your gift of $250 can provide three hours of registered nursing services to ensure the health and well-being of those we serve.
Your gift of $500 can cover one week of a summer internship for a teen with a disability to help ensure his or her future job success.
Your gift of $1,000 can provide 12 hours of life-changing therapy for a child with autism who is struggling to communicate.
Your gift of $2,500 can provide relief for families in need and help offset their out-of-pocket costs for life-changing autism programs, which can be out of reach even with autism insurance coverage.
Your gift of $5,000 can offer intensive, early training and support for one family to learn how to positively interact with and care for their child with autism.
Your gift of $7,500 can provide three individuals with disabilities with essential skill-building opportunities so they can secure and sustain a competitive job in the community.
Your gift of $10,000 can provide much-needed relief for six individuals with disabilities to move off of the statewide waiting list and into their own homes.