The Hattie Larlham Center for Children with Disabilities is home to the most medically fragile babies, children and adults Hattie Larlham serves. Respiratory issues are the number one danger to those in our care. On March 27 and 28, we asked our supporters to give to our 48-hour Flash Fund to... Continue Reading
Hattie Larlham to remain independent organization
On Mon., March 12, the Hattie Larlham Board of Directors determined that Hattie Larlham will remain an independent organization.
In June 2017, Hattie Larlham announced a reorganization plan that included seeking proposals from other organizations... Continue Reading
March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. This nation-wide celebration is a great opportunity for you, our friends, donors and volunteers to help create awareness and support our mission.
This month, we’re putting the spotlight on ability. We’re using the color yellow to... Continue Reading
Third-party fundraisers are a great way for the public to support Hattie Larlham. A third-party fundraiser is an event that is organized, promoted and hosted by a member of the community or an organization. That person or group then donates the event’s proceeds to Hattie Larlham. Hattie... Continue Reading
Thank you for sponsoring the 32nd annual Sugar Bush Golf Classic to benefit Hattie Larlham. Since 1986, the Sugar Bush Golf Classic has raised more than $900,000 for projects and programs such as Hattie Larlham’s playground and sensory walk, therapy equipment, adaptive toys program, education... Continue Reading
Our family…1,700 people served1,100 employees1,600 donors600 volunteers providing 7,200 hours
Every day, our family of caregivers, volunteers, donors, staff and people served work together to make extraordinary things happen. Whether it’s caring compassionately for our most... Continue Reading
The Community Guide program is a new concept that is being spearheaded in Franklin County. It was originally funded through a grant for community engagement as a pilot project, and is now being heralded as a vision for future community-oriented services. Originally serving just 2 people, there... Continue Reading
Aaron W. received services through Hattie Larlham’s Vocational Training program, starting out in Hattie’s Assembly and then moving to the Vending program. Because of his enthusiasm and growth, he was promoted to become a regular employee of the program. Within a short time, Aaron... Continue Reading