Empowering Adults with Intellectual Disabilities

Special Angels of The Woodlands (SAW) is an organization committed to enhancing the lives of adults with intellectual disabilities by providing the highest quality day activity center, with a strong emphasis on both enjoying and serving the community.

 

Special Angels of The Woodlands

 



GOAL

$500




We'll Donate
on your Behalf
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SAW provides clients with a goal-driven, individualized program based on the level of need and it works in close collaboration with parents, guardians, and providers to establish Adult Basic Education (ABE) goals for each of the Special Angels. Through different programs, they participate in music, language, arts and crafts, math, cooking, shopping, movies, library, sports, restaurants, museums, and numerous community field trips.

 

After completing their formal education, these Angels now face several barriers to their integration into the community and to receiving social and mental stimulation. SAW overcomes these obstacles by providing a safe, caring and affordable day facility that allows them to thrive. We are raising funds to support SAW in making a positive difference in the lives of adults with intellectual disabilities.


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Our agency will donate $10 to The Special Angels of The Woodlands on your behalf for every recommendation you send our way, and we'll add you to our monthly drawing for a $50 Gift Card.

Getting involved has never been so simple, or Free!


To Make a Donation Directly
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