Your Contribution to the APSE Foundation

  • Ensures a future where it is assumed that people with all types of disabilities are employed, pursuing careers and building assets just like people without disabilities.
  • Funds educational scholarships enabling professionals and students to attend APSE’s National Conference and Regional Institute
  • Maintains ongoing advocacy with other organizations, Congress and the Administration to ensure our national policies meet the goal of improving integrated employment outcomes for individuals with disabilities.
  • Provides our more than 3,000 members with professional development opportunities, legislative advocacy and chapter development support and outreach
  • Funds ongoing, quality trainings through webinars, regional, and national conferences.
  • Sets a standard for employment support professionals through APSE’s CESP™ program (the first national certification program).
  • Provides relevant resources concerning integrated employment and career advancement opportunities to individuals and veterans with disabilities, employment support providers, employees, and employers.

To make an online donation to APSE, please click on the button below.

If you’d like to mail a check or money order, please send it to:
7361 Calhoun Place
Suite 680
Rockville, MD 20855.

Questions? Please send us an email or call: 301-279-0060.

Thank you for supporting APSE’s mission of advancing employment and self-sufficiency for all people with disabilities.

APSE Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization and all donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.  APSE is the only national organization with an exclusive focus on integrated employment and career advancement opportunities for individuals with disabilities. A non-profit membership organization with chapters in 39 states and the District of Columbia, APSE’s more than 3,000 members come from all 50 states and Puerto Rico, as well as several foreign countries. Your tax-deductible contribution helps us promote employment opportunities for all people, through local, regional, and national networks; establish and expand equitable employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities; advocate with federal, state, and local legislators for legislation promoting integrated employment; work with federal, state, and local policy makers to increase funding for integrated employment; raise awareness within the business community as to the benefits of hiring individuals with disabilities and advocate for social change to help those with severe disabilities achieve a lifestyle that approximates that of individuals without disabilities.