In Ohio, we have been lucky to be guided by the wisdom, intelligence and compassion of Dr. Amy Acton, the Director of the Ohio Department of Health. We are all doing our part to ensure that we flatten the curve, but many of us are looking for more ways to help those in need. That is why, Cosmic Bobbins has decided to partner with LEAP, a local nonprofit offering disability services to Northeast Ohio.
Inspired by the calming words of Dr. Acton, we are launching the “Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things” Limited Edition tee with the net proceeds benefitting LEAP. During this challenging time, LEAP has continued to offer critical services, remotely, to individuals with disabilities. That is why they need our support more than ever!
LEAP’s life changing services are crucial to the most vulnerable populations, so we want to rally the community around this great nonprofit to ensure that their mission of creating a society with equal opportunity for all persons, regardless of disability, continues to be fulfilled! $32.00 and 100% of the net proceeds will benefit LEAP!
Campaign runs until May 31st
Linking Employment, Abilities and Potential (LEAP) is an agent of positive change, working to advance participation and equality in society for people with disabilities in Northeast Ohio.
Founded in 1981 by people with disabilities, LEAP serves over 1,700 individuals annually, and works to promote social change to enhance their quality of life. LEAP provides information, education, training, employment and independent living services to people with disabilities so that they can live in their own homes, participate in community life, and find and maintain stable employment. To ensure delivery of effective services, the majority of staff and board members at LEAP are people with disabilities themselves.
Headquartered in Cleveland, LEAP reaches six counties in Northeast Ohio. To learn more about the many programs and services provided by LEAP for persons with disabilities, call 216.696.2716 or visit www.leapinfo.org, Facebook, or Twitter.