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.
Vinnie is a sweet boy with significant disabilities. Due to medical issues, Vinnie is no longer able to attend school. He lives in a second floor walkup apartment with his mom. Although his mom was able to carry Vinnie up and down the stairs, she wasn’t able to carry the wheelchair. Because of . . .
Harvard Business School and Law School professor, Mihir Desai, led a lively book discussion regarding the financial markets. The Foundation is so appreciative of Mihir Desai for his informative and entertaining discussion regarding his book, The Wisdom Of Finance: Discovering Humanity in the . . .
During the month of May, Boiling Springs Savings Bank will be hosting a coin collection for the Foundation. Please bring your coins to Boiling Springs Coin Counting Machine between May 1 and May 31st. One hundred percent of your coin donation will be given to the Foundation and will help us to help . . .
The Foundation is proud to sponsor an on-going series of healthy cooking classes for disabled adults. Chef Joel Schenzeit, executive chef of Grange in Westwood and former owner of Joel’s Malibu Kitchen in Ridgewood, teaches simple, healthy meal preparation in a fun and festive environment. We . . .