Pritzker Pucker Family Foundation
Keshet Inspire Center
Inspiring Inclusive Communities
Keshet’s Pritzker Pucker Inspire Center shares decades of knowledge from experts in the field to encourage organizations, schools, camps, businesses and religious institutions about how to best provide for and include people with disabilities.
Since 1982, Keshet has been guided by a mission to support individuals with disabilities to achieve their potential and live meaningful lives in their home communities. Our direct service programs have established us a leader in disability inclusion, and now we look to inspire others to join in the vision of creating truly inclusive communities.
INTENTIONAL WORKSHOPS & TRAININGS
Workshops and trainings are tailored to meet the needs of your audience. The Inspire Center uses interactive and practical workshops to equip you with new ideas, skills and approaches for disability awareness and inclusion. We regularly train educators, camp directors, teens, clergy, parents and others in the community.
>See examples of topics and services available for in-person and virtual workshops.
Even the most committed organization can sometimes need a fresh set of eyes to see inventive ways of approaching inclusion. The Inspire Center consults with camps, schools and synagogues to understand the goals and create plans to achieve them.
>Learn how our consultants can assist your organization.
Our trainers and facilitators are more than just experts, they all have years of experience working directly with children, teens, adults and families with disabilities in a variety of settings.
>Meet our team and their passions.
Since 2015, the Inspire Center has provided training, presentations and consulting to more than 30 organizations serving over 15,000 children and adults across the globe. Past partners include Vaid Corporation, The American Academy of Pediatrics, Association of Independent Jewish Camps, JCC Milwaukee, Raleigh-Cary Jewish Family Services, American Camp Association and Camp Leaders/Smaller Earth Group.
In partnership with the Pritzker Pucker Family Foundation, Keshet expanded its work to support organizations dedicated to working with individuals with disabilities.