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Help change lives every day

Looking to make a difference in the lives of people with disabilities? Get involved at EmployAbility by becoming a volunteer, making a donation, or becoming an Ability Advocate!

We offer a variety of opportunities to engage with the people we serve, whether you’re interested in one-on-one volunteering, donating money to a specific program, or looking for an opportunity to do something meaningful with a group of co-workers or friends.

EmployAbility also welcomes students interested in interning with us or completing service learning hours.

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Make A Difference

There are many ways you can support the life-changing work happening at EmployAbility.

Gifts In-Kind

Donations of gifts such as toiletries, cleaning products, and educational items go a long way in helping the individuals we serve.  Donations are accepted is Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at our administrative office, located at 1249 Eisenhower Drive.

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Meet our Newest Community Partner

Meet our Newest Community Partner

Welcome to the team, Innomed! Our newest community employment partner, Innomed, has been manufacturing surgical instruments for orthopedic surgery in Savannah since 1985. They recently needed to increase their staff and hired Supported Employment participants Andrew...

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A Night to Celebrate our Champions

A Night to Celebrate our Champions

Lowcountry Down Syndrome Society Night of Champions We are thrilled to celebrate the Lowcountry Down Syndrome Society Night of Champions. This award ceremony recognizes outstanding employees with disabilities who are breaking barriers by changing minds about...

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Cory at Celebritees

Cory at Celebritees

Our friend Cory is printing our new shirts through Supported Employment Have you seen our new t-shirts? They’re so much fun! The back of the shirt features original artwork by local artist Panhandle Slim, created just for us, featuring Temple Grandin. The quote reads,...

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