...people with intellectual disabilities were empowered to live full and vibrant lives with as much independence as possible? What if they were encouraged to discover their passions and pursue their dreams? What if people were empowered to live a life as similar as possible to the one you lead every day, with all the daily choices and small victories that go with it? At Heart Havens, that's what we do: we empower people to live their best lives.
Heart Havens and the Charlottesville District of the United Methodist Church are working together towards building an integrated residential community in the Charlottesville District for adults with intellectual disabilities. This will be a place where people with intellectual disabilities will live, work, and play alongside people without disabilities. This integrated community will allow people with intellectual disabilities to have their own spaces and live their own lives while receiving the support they need to be successful.
Your support can make this happen for people with disabilities in the Charlottesville District!
Kathryn Jarvis and Greg Propp
Black Box Players donation to support Heart Havens through ticket sales. May God bless this ministry.
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Blessings on the building of this home for our friends with Intellectual Disabilities.
Donation for Giving Tuesday Charlottesville Heart Havens apartment project
With gratitude and love for those who bless our lives so richly.
Utterback Family: May your memories give you peace and comfort. Love, Sandy Dumblauskas, Mary Swearingen, and Sarah Libeg