Supportive, Caring & Inclusive

Our programming welcomes all abilities.

Inclusive Programming

From our Shine on the Main Line Valentine’s Dance to Villanova Basketball Outings, our wide range of activities are fun.

An Environment of 100% Acceptance

The all abilities community creates an environment of acceptance and needs your support.

We Celebrate the All Abilities Community

Establishing its 501(c)(3) non-profit status in August of 2018, the All Abilities Foundation of Greater Philadelphia embraces, welcomes, and celebrates the all abilities community without judgment and with the vision of 100% acceptance. Its mission is to create an environment of acceptance, community, and fellowship strongly based on love, compassion, and hope is for the community at large – not just individuals and families with special needs and regardless of race, religion, or creed.

The All Abilities Foundation of Greater Philadelphia aims to provide a variety of events for the children and families in our community. We offer a popular Sports Program that includes basketball among other sports and an educational Speaker Series to help families navigate legal, academic, and other issues that may arise. We also plan many social events including dances, Disco Bingo, Family Game Day, mini golf, a Halloween party, movie night, and more! We look forward to seeing you!

Congratulations Gary

Our beloved local baseball coach, Gary Brooks of Devon, PA was honored during game 2 of The World Series with the 2020 Chevy Cares Award. Coach Brooks was selected from among 75 nominees and recognized for his commitment to children and young adults through his coaching of the Berwyn Paoli Little League Challenger Baseball. 

Congratulations Schuller Family

Please join us in congratulating the Schuller Family (Michael and his family) as they recently were one of the recipients of the “One Body in Christ” award that was presented at the Mass for Persons with Disabilities that was celebrated by Archbishop Nelson Perez this past Sunday at the Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul, Philadelphia. They were recognized along with the principal of St Katherine of Sienna School in Wayne for their continued efforts to promote inclusive Catholic School Education.  See link below:

Our First Shine on the Main Line Valentine’s Dance – February 2020