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LIFT DISABILITY NETWORK

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Causes: Arts & Culture, Christianity, Family Counseling, Family Services, Human Services, Media & Communications, Religion

Mission: Elevating Life in the Disability Family… Mission Inspiring individuals and families living with disabilities to discover a new vision for their future. Our mission is achieved through community and monthly events, camping experiences, one on one mentoring, mental health & disability resources, and disability awareness for churches and organizations.

Target demographics: people living with disabilities and their families to discover a new vision for their future.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 727 people impacted by disabilities.

Geographic areas served: Florida

Programs: family services, marriage & family services, camps, community events and disability awareness & training for organizations.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I had the honor of volunteering for the 2014 Summer camp in central Florida. I have grown up going to summer camps and being a leader as a young adult- but this camp for families with disabilities was hands down the BEST summer camp I have ever seen. Not only did they have so many fun and interactive activities for everyone, they have the best hearts and desire to make these families feel loved and taken care of. I am SO thankful I was able to be part of the team, and serve with these incredible people! I definitely see them expanding and growing all over!

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Volunteer

Rating: 4

Lift Disability Network has a heart and a passion to see lives transformed. Families have been impacted and lives change because of the selfless leadership of Jim and Rhonette Hukill. They have surrounded themselves with a strong leadership team and many life-giving volunteers. Keeping one ear to the needs of families with disabilities' and one ear to those in the community who want to be apart of life change, builds a strong and remarkable disability network. Hearing the words "yes you can do it" at family camp is a first for many of those with disability. Giving caregivers resources and a place to bring their love ones, is one part of ongoing monthly activities. Now serving three states with a compassion to meet needs, Lift will continue to be an advocate for many families. Please join me in supporting Lift Disability Network, as we say "yes" to changing lives forever.
Johnnie R. Neal