40 years of Dedication…40 years of Service… 40 years of Compassion
Forty years ago Prospectus Berco was formed to meet the needs of adults with intellectual disabilities. As with any organization, growth and change occur over the years in order to provide the best possible supports and services.
The one constant with Prospectus Berco, however, is our quality of care. Our priority is to provide services that make each individual feel worthy, valued, wanted, and loved. We recognize those whose lives we touch not for their disability but for the positive impact they have in helping us view the world around us with hope, opportunity, and acceptance.
YOU are the key to helping Prospectus Berco achieve these goals. Your gifts allow us to exceed the acceptable and aim for the extraordinary. As we embark on our 40th Anniversary, we ask you to continue your support so that we may continue our mission of inspiring people with disabilities to lead meaningful lives full of dignity and respect.
Please mail in your donation when you receive your appeal card or make an online donation by clicking on the Donate button below.
Make a Difference – Tell your friends! Please take a moment to visit our social media profiles, like or follow us, and share our messages. The more people we reach, the more we can inspire and help. And please take a moment to make an online donation to the 2017 Annual Fund Campaign. Thank you to all of our past, present, and future supporters. The annual appeal card is mailed in November. If you do not receive your appeal card and prefer not to make an online donation, call Sue Stalnecker at 610.372.4637, x 103 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We accept online donations to make it easy and convenient for our donors who prefer to work through the Internet.
In the foyer of our Main Entrance, we built a Memorial/Honorarium Wall with engraved bricks and a serene mural painted by artist Michael Miller. Our bricks are filled, but with the skill of Hilltop Studios, we are creating clay leaves which can be engraved and glazed to place at various locations on the wall. The oak leaves are from our property and have space for two or three lines with a maximum of 20 characters per line. While the minimum cost of a memorial or honorarium leaf is $100, charitable donations in excess of that amount are gratefully accepted.
Prospectus Berco is dedicated to inspiring people with disabilities or other special needs to lead meaningful lives by providing innovative services that promote dignity and respect.