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Support Disability Programs by Contributing to ACI's Spring Fundraiser!


Are you one of the people who…

Attended the NJ Disability Pride Parade with 700 others from across the state?
Learned how to dance with a nationally known dance group?
Got a job with our help?
Experienced an overnight emergency shelter simulation?
Joined us in a peaceful demonstration against Professor Peter Singer?
Participated in one of the many workshops and programs that ACI offers?

If so, you know that ACI offers many innovative programs free of charge, to people with disabilities and their families in Middlesex, Somerset and Union counties. Help us continue these programs by contributing to ACI’s Spring Fundraiser! The goal is to raise $50,000. Your contribution is a vital part of our continued programs. ACI is committed to the equality of all people with disabilities. Help us reach our goal by donating today!

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ACI is a non-profit, community-based, grassroots organization that supports and promotes independent living and equality for people with disabilities. ACI’s 5 core services include Information and Referral, Advocacy, Peer Support, Transition and Independent Living Skills. Our other initiatives include: work readiness programs, activities promoting activism, health and wellness, emergency preparedness, recreation and our volunteer office skills program.

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