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Abilities United supports children and adults with disabilities, their families and the community, and champions a culture in which all members of society are included and appreciated for their distinctive contributions.

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upcoming events
Adovacy Group meeting July 30 more
Aquathon fundraiser Sept. 7 more
Authors Luncheon Nov. 1 more
Clocktower Coffee Roasting art exhibit more

what's new
YMCA Exec to head Abilities United more
Big Hope Little Rodeo benefit for Abilities United more
Levi's Stadium hires people with disabilities more
Abilities United to redevelop facilities more

Abilities United wins media award
Making art, building lives more

Abilities United annual report 2012-13 more
Strategic Vision plan more

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Our program paticipants created these original works of art. The artists, all of whom have a developmental disability, express their unique artistic interpretation of their subjects. Their joy of art and life is expressed here in these works created with acrylic paint, watercolor, paper, and other mediums.
To purchase a piece of artwork please contact: 650-618-3319.

Independent living skills program: for 33-year-old Michael Broadhurst, painting has always brought him a sense of peace. His passion for art is reflected on our walls. Thank you ABC7 for this video production. 



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