Our Director of Development recently spoke with Jill Horner of Comcast Newsmakers about Roll Stroll & Run and how the proceeds will benefit our residential program.
4th Annual ICF Sporting Clays Challenge Wednesday, May 1st, 2019.
Sporting Clays is one of the safest and fastest growing sports in the United States today. The excitement of breaking clay targets is contagious fun that individuals of any experience level can enjoy. Lehigh Valley Sporting Clays offers a state of the art facility with many challenging stations. This event is suitable for experienced and new shooters.
Prizes will be awarded for high team average and high individual score for male and female.
8:30am – 9:15am – Registration / Breakfast
9:15 – 9:30am – Safety Briefing
9:30am – 12:30pm – Shoot
12:30pm – Lunch / Awards
Entry fee of $135/participant includes:
Pre-Event Breakfast/Post Event BBQ Lunch
Souvenir Aluminum Water Bottle
We also offer an option for participants to register a team of 4.
Sponsorship options are available. Contact Brett Wells at 267-203-1500 x 120 or email@example.com for more info.
Indian Creek Foundation’s 28th annual Roll, Stroll & Run will take place on Saturday, June 15th in Souderton. This charity ride/walk/race typically draws nearly 300 participants and volunteers from all over Southeastern PA and NJ. With scenic and challenging courses of 62, 40, 20 and 10 miles, this event has something for cyclists of all skill levels. There is also a 5k and 1k course for walkers. Back for a fourth year is our TIMED 5K run! Afterwards, participants can enjoy an all-you-can-eat picnic buffet, live music, and many other fun activities. This event is sure to be fun for the entire family.
Proceeds from this event will be used to make major capital improvements to several of our 24 residential care homes.
For the last few months, ICF has been working in partnership with Integrate for Good, a satellite program of Access Services, Inc.. Several individuals from our Day Services program are making sleeping mats for homeless people and recently took part in an activity at Lower Providence Community Library. The mats, when completed, will be given to organizations who will distribute them.
Tom is active in our Day Services Program and has always been interested in automobiles. Our employment specialists were able to find a job placement that fits him perfectly.
He works three days a week at Lakeside Garage in Souderton and has moved on from basic tasks around the shop to assisting with larger projects, including this exhaust system job.
Supported Employment is designed to guide individuals to full or part-time employment in the community. Tom is one of many participants who are experiencing success in the working world.
The Therapeutic After School Program, designed for children ages 5-14, is an interactive therapeutic environment that provides qualified clinical staff to work with each child on behavioral goals and social skills in a recreational setting. Opportunities for inclusion vary and include community outings.
Medical assistance funding is available for qualified applicants.
The TASP program begins immediately after school hours. Children who attend school in Montgomery County are transported from their school to Indian Creek Foundation by TransNet, or by the school if within Souderton Area School District.
Contact Anne Westrom at 267-203-1500 ext. 139 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or to apply.
Nick Burns and his friends rode the 64 mile route during the 27th Annual Roll Stroll & Run. Click on the video to ride along with him.
Indian Creek Foundation is now in Instagram. We’ll start posting soon. Be sure to start following us so you don’t miss out.
Amanda Pfister, Director of Behavioral Health Services, talks about programming for school age and older youth with Autism. The TASP and TAY programs are highlighted.
The Day Services Program of Indian Creek Foundation recently kicked off the new Personalized Employment Program to assist with placing their clients in job settings that meet their interests.
Indian Creek’s employment professionals perform a comprehensive assessment of a client’s interests and skills. This process identifies the strengths that the client already possesses; and our employment professionals assist the client in negotiating a work relationship that match the employers need to those strengths, skills, interest.
Consumers have begun taking part in the Personalized Employment Program and Indian Creek is ready to begin finding employment opportunities. ICF is currently seeking employment partners in the following areas, but not limited to:
Music (recording/sales), Transportation, Sports, Automotive, Fitness, Brewing, and Pet Care.
The program seeks to provide a win-win outcome for the employer and the client. Employment can range from a few hours to a full day’s work.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment with the Employment staff, please contact:
Roxanne Boryschuk at 267.203.1500 x 224 or email@example.com.
Candace Diamanti at 267.203.1500 x 204 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Director of Development recently spoke with Comcast Newsmakers host Jill Horner about the new Personalized Employment Program for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Click HERE to watch the full interview.