The AHRC Foundation was founded by key members of Nassau County's developmental disability (I/DD) community and members of the Long Island corporate community. The Foundation's goal was simple; to provide a financial safety net for the I/DD community that would ensure high-quality services would be available, regardless of budget shortfalls and/or the political climate.
In fulfilling its mission, the Foundation provides needed and strategic supports through grant awards that advance the health, education, independence, acceptance and varied opportunities for children and adults with IDD across their lifetime. Nassau County AHRC Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose mission is to publicly solicit and receive funds that will be utilized for the benefit of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Thousands of children and adults benefit from the Foundation’s support to provider organizations such as AHRC Nassau, Brookville Center for Children’s Services, Citizens, Advantage Care Health Centers. Our Community Impact Fund awards grants to community-based organizations who are providing exceptional services and supports across the Long Island.
Make An Impact
A gift to the AHRC Foundation ensures there is funding fully dedicated to meeting the current and future needs of the Long Island I/DD community.
Nassau County AHRC Foundation Hosts a number of events. Take a look at our calendar for more information on how to attend or sponsor any of our events.
Your gift to the Nassau County AHRC Foundation can help make an important difference in the lives of chldren and adults with intellectual and other develepmental disabilites and their families.
AHRC Foundation has established a Community Trust program that allows individuals to provide financial resources for a loved one who has a developmental disability, without affecting that person's eligibility for government benefits.
Nassau County AHRC Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose mission is to publicly solicit and receive funds for the benefit of individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. Thousands of children and adults benefit from the Foundation’s support to organizations such as AHRC Nassau, Brookville Center for Children’s Services, Citizens, Advantage Care Diagnostic Treatment Center and other community-based organizations serving those with special needs.