The Julia Anne Kirsch Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, is dedicated to improving the lives of those with significant developmental disabilities and their families. The Foundation honors the memory of a very special girl, Julia Anne Kirsch, who had multiple disabilities and faced many medical challenges. It was through Julia that her parents, Teri and Cliff, became aware of the real challenges and barriers that the disabled and their families face every day of their lives. It was also through Julia that they learned of the special potential each individual holds and that they and their families can lead a full and happy life.
Maeylene needed a lightweight wheelchair because her regular wheelchair was too heavy for her mom to lift into the car. As a result, Maeylene was unable to leave her home to go to doctors' appointments or out into the community. We heard about Maeylene on . . .
Jacob, a four year old with medical needs, needed a specialized support chair. We were so happy to provide him with a P Pod Postural Support System. Now Jacob can sit comfortably and safely. . . .
Thanks so much to IHA for hosting the 2020 girls basketball charity games which supported the Foundation. It was an exciting day of top quality girl's high school basketball games. Special thanks to IHA's Coach, Steve Silver and the entire IHA Community. . . .
We are so excited to restart our basketball clinics this winter. “Mighty Mike” Simmel, the founder of Bounce Out the Stigma (www.bounceoutthestigma.org), will once again run the clinics. Mighty Mike’s program seeks to empower children and teens by instilling self-confidence and improving motor . . .