Pritzker Pucker Foundation Keshet Inspire Center
Helping you include Campers, Students, and Workers into your community.
In partnership with the Pritzker Pucker Family Foundation, Keshet expanded its work to support organizations dedicated to working with individuals with disabilities.
How you can create inclusion in your community:
- Encourage people to become genuinely empathetic and welcoming toward people with disabilities.
- Welcome people with disabilities into your communities and personal lives.
- Include people with disabilities in ALL aspects of communal life.
- Advocate for the rights of people with disabilities.
About Pritzker Pucker Keshet Inspire Center
Since 2015, the Pritzker Pucker Foundation Keshet Inspire Center has partnered to directly provide disability awareness to peers and staff training to over 30 organizations serving more than 15,000 children and adults across the continent and around the globe. A sample of these organizations includes the Independent Jewish Camping Association, Camp Leaders, and The American Academy of Pediatrics.
Within the Chicago area, the Inspire Center supported the inclusion of children with disabilities into their local synagogues, schools and camps by staffing several large synagogues, consulting with camp staff and providing disability awareness to over 1,000 children.
The Inspire Center can assist your organization through consultation, training, and disability awareness. Please contact the Center’s Director, Dr. Jennifer Gendel at Jen@keshet.org and view our speaker list. Click on “Staff Bios” button.