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Creating solutions and changing lives is what we do at Easterseals. Join us and you too can make a difference and help children with disabilities and other special needs achieve their goals! Thanks again to the ladies from Kohls, pictured above, for their support of our Walk With Me Pittsburgh event. Consider volunteering your time and sharing your talents – contact us today!

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Easterseals Western and Central Pennsylvania is leading the way to 100% equity, inclusion, and access for people with disabilities, families and communities.

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Over the Years, With Your Support

Easterseals has been in existence for a long-g-g- time - we celebrate 105 years this year.  Over those years, it has adapted to meet the needs of the communities it serves.  Whether it is camps and adaptive sports in York or approved private schools in Pittsburgh, Easterseals strives to provide independence, hope, and support through its programming. With your support we are leading the way to 100% equity, inclusion and access. Yes, with your support and others like you, Easterseals continues to be an indispensable resource for disability issues. Please donate today. Thank you.


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Pittsburgh, PA 15220
Phone: 412-281-7244

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WALK WITH ME Times Three

This past month we held the first of our three Walk With Me events. It started out as a dreary, rainy day, but the laughter and enthusiasm were contagious and brightened the day. It was drizzling at Walk kickoff but by the After-Walk Celebration and Awards Ceremony, it was clear skies. This was the 22nd year for the Pittsburgh Walk. Over the years Individual walkers and teams have joined other passionate people for a morning filled with entertainment, fun and of course, our signature walk! Each participant's motivation to walk is unique; it may be for themselves, a child of a loved one, a neighbor or a colleague. There’s two more Walks to go this year - see the information below on the State College Walk. There's still time to donate to the Pittsburgh Walk!

Please take a moment to watch this video as we say a BIG Thank You to some of our Sponsors, Participants, Emcees, Donors, Volunteers and Staff from the 22nd Annual Walk With Me Pittsburgh event at Kennywood Park. Despite the rainy beginnings of the Walk, smiles shined through.
We are pleased to present our first ever spring edition of Easterseals quarterly newsletter featuring news from the western part of the State. Last month we introduced the Central Division newsletter. Stay tuned in and up-to-date with these quarterly easy reads.
Well maybe not the races - more like the "Walk." Families and friends will be gathering at beautiful Talleyrand Park in Bellefonte, PA for the fourth annual Walk With Me State College. So grab your tennies, your friends and co-workers and register today. Good fun and GREAT cause.
Take a Walk With Rutters! Rutter’s Children’s Charities is Easterseals 2024 Walk With Me “Partner in Equity Sponsor!” They are sponsoring all three Walk With Me events throughout Western and Central PA. Join us in at State College or York.

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Any time is a great time to talk about one of our camp programs – Club Lily. Easterseals Western and Central PA’s Club Lily program is a camp opportunity specifically for adults, 18 and up, with any disability/special need. And, when we say 18 and up, we mean it! Our oldest camper in 2018 was 77; proving that you are never too old to enjoy the fun of camp. How can you not have fun when there is wall climbing, zip lining, boating, fishing, arts and crafts, games, sports, pool time, campfires, special evening activities and more.

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