Events CalendarFundraisers, banquets, and other events.
The National APSE Conference in Portland, Oregon | June 19 – 22, 2017
Ability Revolution will have an exhibition booth at the national APSE conference in Portland. Stop by and say hello!
The Association of People Supporting Employment First (APSE), founded in 1988, is the only national organization with an exclusive focus on integrated employment and career advancement opportunities for individuals with disabilities. APSE is a 3,000+ and growing national non-profit membership organization. The organization supports the only annual national conference focused solely on the advancement of integrated employment.
APSE has chapters in 38 states and the District of Columbia. Our members include individuals with disabilities families, disability professionals, and businesses and come from all 50 states and Puerto Rico, as well as several foreign countries.
Best Buddies Game Changer Reception | November 5, 2016
Host Committee Member
Ability Revolution was proud to partner with Best Buddies California by being a host committee member to sponsor the annual Best Buddies Game Changer Reception. The event was hosted by Dave Feldman and Mindi Bach of CSN Bay Area Sports. Champ Pederson, older brother to Dodgers left fielder Joe Pederson, was presented with the MVP award for being a game changer in changing society’s views about people with Down Syndrome. Palo Alto High School was honored for the amazing work they do year after year with their friendship club. Genentech was honored for their emerging programs in hiring people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
Golden State Warriors Special Needs Awareness Night | March 16, 2017
At the Golden State Warriors annual Special Needs Awareness Night and game against the Washington Wizards, Ability Revolution became one of their partners in bringing awareness on including people with disabilities in our sporting events and in our general communities. Ability Revolution was one of four awards sponsors to honor people with disabilities who have inspired others by their involvement in the community and their commitment to inclusion.