St. Madeleine Sophie’s Center educates and empowers individuals with developmental disabilities to realize their full potential.
"The generous unrestricted grant from the Georges and Germaine Fusenot Charity Foundation helped SMSC serve 414 adults with developmental disabilities (for example: autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy) with a diverse activities ranging from work training programs to multi-disciplinary arts; from aquatics, gardening and farm-to-table food services to a dedicated “senior citizens” program."
Laura Purdom, Administrative and Facilities Manager
Junior Blind of America’s mission is to help blind, visually impaired and multi-disabled blind children, youth and adults reach their greatest potential. Our vision is to be a nationally recognized leader in empowering those who have physical, developmental or emotional challenges as well as provide support for their families.
"Junior Blind is proud to have been a recipient of the Georges and Germaine Fusenot Charity Foundation’s funding since 1973. As one of our longest standing foundation supporters, the Foundation’s loyal investment has enabled us to evolve to meet the changing needs of children with vision loss. The Fusenot Foundation can take pride in knowing that our blind, visually impaired and multi-disabled children, youth and adults’ greatest successes and many accomplishments have occurred because of its most generous support of Junior Blind’s comprehensive services. We thank the Georges and Germaine Fusenot Charity Foundation for its meaningful support and congratulate you on your 50 years of service!"
Miki Jordan, President and CEO
Junior Blind of America
Celebrating 50 Years of Goodwill