Our Road to Remarkable campaign is all about remarkable stories and outcomes. Experience some of our favorites below—and help us inspire even more remarkable stories. We are pleased to announce that during October and November of 2020 a small group of early donors gave an additional $1.3 million as a match to challenge current and new donors to help complete the campaign.
$21M BY 2021
To better serve our community, we’ve identified six key components of our campaign.
We are constructing two new living communities at Damar for adults and youth. Each living center will consist of 10 one-story buildings with duplex apartments. View Damar Village
The need for treatment services for children far outstrips the supply of quality care. We plan to dramatically expand our Children’s Crisis Center to help meet this need.
We will be adding more programs and services to halt abuse/neglect situations for families with an autistic child. These programs will also provide ongoing treatment.
Expanding our service offerings is another part of our plan, and we will be adding a new fitness center, larger kitchen and laundry facilities, and additional security.
Our annual fund directly supports innovative and emerging programs at Damar. Strengthening our annual fund will help ensure we keep moving treatment options forward.
We will need more resources in the future as the demand for autism and behavioral health treatment expands. A healthy endowment will ensure we have what we need to continue our work.
Our journey along the Road to Remarkable would never have been possible without the financial support of some amazing partners. When you make a donation, we’ll add your name to the list below!
Thanks to the support of people like you, we’re making big strides toward our goal of raising $21 million. Be sure to check back regularly to see our progress.
Whether you represent an organization interested in furthering our mission or an individual who believes in the importance of our work, we deeply value your support. Your donation will make a huge difference in the lives of people with autism and behavioral health issues.