KSI received a generous $20,000 grant from the Helen D. Groome Beatty Trust to support its Pre-Vocational Training Program. This donation will enable KSI to grow its technological resources with smart boards and laptops.
Photo caption: Cristina Troyer and Skyler Winder enjoy utilizing smart boards as they engage in KSI programming activities. With the $20,000 grant received from the Helen D. Groome Beatty Trust, KSI will be able to purchase additional smart boards and laptops to help develop skills growth and employment success for individuals who receive KSI services.
KSI is a not for profit agency providing transportation, vocational training, employment, community integration, day habilitation, life enrichment, and nutritional services to individuals with disabilities throughout Kent and Sussex Counties.
KSI is committed to making all reasonable accommodations in order to ensure that all programs and services are as accessible as possible to as many people as possible. To learn more, visit KSI’s web page at www.ksiinc.org or contact Alicia Hollis, Director of Community Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (302) 422-4014 ext. 3015. Like us on www.facebook.com/KSIWorks.