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    CWS celebrates 140 Years: CWS Executive Director Craig Stenning; Jim Brett, honoree and recipient of CWS’ inaugural Lifetime Achievement and Advocacy Award for Individuals with Disabilities; CWS Board Chair Paul Davis, and former CWS Executive Director Serena Powell

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    CWS Executive Director Craig Stenning with Collette Divitto, CWS partner and entrepreneur founder of Collettey's Cookies.

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    CWS Board Chair Paul Davis and former Board Chair Robert Fawls.

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    On Thursday September 29th, staff from across the Fedcap family of agencies participated in the Staff Leadership Forum.

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    Staff Leadership Forum attendees participate in exercises designed to build teamwork and identify leadership qualities that drive innovation and growth.

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    On October 3rd Fedcap held its 14th biannual Solution Series – The Employment of People with Disabilities: Moving Beyond Social Responsibility to a Business Solution.

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    Fedcap Solution Series panelists discuss the business case for employing people with disabilities.

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    A full house at Fedcap's 14th Solution Series – The Employment of People with Disabilities: Moving Beyond Social Responsibility to a Business Solution.

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    On Monday August 7th over 400 people gathered for the Second Annual Hungry for Hope event, a benefit for Granite Pathways’ Safe Harbor Recovery Center at One Harbour Place in Portsmouth, NH.

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    Guests at One Harbor Place in Portsmouth NH at the benefit event to support Safe Harbor recovery center.

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    Longtime Easterseals New York friends and supporters (l to r) Mark Giordano, Scott Modlin, Dan Cooke and Jimmy DiBenedetto with students from Project Explore in Valhalla, NY

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    The Fedcap family of agencies ia a proud sponsor of the Third Annual Disability Pride Parade NYC.

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    Multiple generations turn out to support inclusion, awareness, and visibility of people with disabilities.

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    Fedcap Board members Ken Raisler and Larry Ach with Fedcap Graduation 2017 speaker James Branch.

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    Fedcap Board member Malvina Kay with Fedcap Graduation 2017 speaker Yashira Cruz.

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    Happy Fedcap 2017 graduates!

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    Job coach Willie Anderson; Fedcap School 2017 Valedictorian Syasia Briggs; job coach Patrick Deblasio and basketball coach Mike Eserokpe.

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    Proud Fedcap School graduate!

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    At the 2017 Spring Cocktail Party (l to r): Wildcat Chair and Fedcap Board member Peter Samuels; Fedcap President and CEO Christine McMahon; Bill Grinker, Amalia Betanzos Distinguished Service Award honoree, and Fedcap Board Chair Mark O'Donoghue.

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    Wildcat Chair and Fedcap Board Member Peter Samuels and Fedcap Senior VP of Workforce Development Grant Collins with Michael McClain and family. Michael shared his inspiring story of overcoming incarceration as a teenager to climbing the career ladder in culinary arts, with support and mentoring from Wildcat. Michael is now Head Chef at a prominent NYC restaurant.

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    A Breaking the Cycle event in Augusta, Maine on April 12th highlighted the program's success to date in assisting state TANF recipients. Pictured are Grant Collins, Fedcap Senior VP of Workforce Development, and Mary Mayhew, Commissioner of the Maine Department of Health and Human Services.



Community Work Services
140th Anniversary

A nonprofit founded in 1935, Fedcap develops innovative solutions, creating opportunities for people with barriers to economic well-being.

On Thursday November 9th, CWS celebrated its 140th anniversary at the Omni Parker House Rooftop Ballroom in Boston. The spirited event honored an organization that has stayed relevant for 140 years through continuous innovation, and meeting the needs of the individuals and families that it serves.

On November 27th, guided by the belief that we are truly better together, Fedcap, Single Stop USA, Easterseals, Dixon Center for Military and Veterans Services, ReServe and Wildcat will host our Power of Possible Gala at Gotham Hall in New York City. This combined Gala is one way to leverage the power of our growing family of brands, and to ensure that we maximize the impact of your investment in our work. Please click here to register.


On October 3rd, Fedcap held its 14th Solution Series on The Employment of People with Disabilities: Moving Beyond Social Responsibility to a Business Solution. The event took place on Tuesday October 3rd at 8 a.m. at Mutual of America, 320 Park Avenue in Manhattan. If you were unable to attend the event, click here to view the Solution Series in its entirety.

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