Member, SES Board
of Trustees Member
It's the small things that able body people take for granted or don't think about, like opening doors and using the bathroom, that are extremely frustrating tasks for our students.
In 2004, at the age of sixteen, I suffered a severe spinal cord injury that left me paralyzed from the neck down. Among the many important obstacles I had to overcome to gain my independence were using the bathroom and opening doors. Once I achieved those my life completely changed. I was able to have a social life and eventually get a job. More importantly, it uplifted me mentally.
As a member of the St. Elizabeth School Board of Trustees, I am asking for your support. Please consider making a donation towards our capital building project, which will begin Phase 3 (the construction of nine accessible restrooms) this summer. You're monetary support will provide our students with a sense of dignity, hope, and the opportunity to work on gaining their independence.
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