Foundation grants $2 million in 2021 to expand employment opportunities for people with disabilities

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Kessler Foundation approved approximately $2 million in grants in 2021 to support initiatives that promote the inclusion of people with disabilities in the workplace. The Foundation allocated funding for three categories: Foundation-Directed Grants, Community Employment Grants, and Special Initiative Grants. Since 2005, the Foundation’s Center for Grantmaking has awarded more than $50 million to nonprofit programs that expand employment opportunities for people with disabilities striving to work, adding diversity to American workplaces, and boosting productivity.

The Foundation’s contributions have led to improved job skills and paid employment for thousands of individuals with disabilities, according to Elaine E. Katz, MS,

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