Last week Disability Network West Michigan was honored and humbled to celebrate our organization’s 20th Anniversary through our inaugural fundraising luncheon. It was a full house at the Folkert Community Hub and Banquet Center with community supporters, new friends, volunteers and consumers. Our program featured impactful stories from individuals who have increased their independence through our services, along with representatives from the Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce recognizing DNWM for our commitment in improving the quality of life for those living along the Lakeshore.
Our delicious menu was catered by Ryke’s Bakery, Catering and Cafe, topped off with amazing cookies provided by Davine Caulkins, at The 490 Bakery and mini 🧁 by Kevin Simons from Goobers Bakery.
We would especially like to thank our table sponsors who not only graciously support our mission and vision, but provide valuable service through their continued involvement in promoting diversity and inclusion within the communities we serve.💕
A HUGE thank you to Andy O’Riley from MuskegonChannel for giving of his valuable time and incredible talent in emceeing our event. He has been an unwavering, staunch supporter of DNWM and our gratitude and appreciation is boundless!
We modeled an accessible and inclusive ♿event for our community: closed captioning services provided by Annette Blough from Q&A Reporting, interpreter services provided by Jennifer Libiran, BA, NIC and a ramp for the stage donated by Air-Caire Home Medical Equipment & Supplies Muskegon.
To all who gave, we truly appreciate your dedication and support in helping us continue our magnificent cause to advocate, educate, empower, and provide resources for persons with disabilities and ensure that accessibility is an accepted civil right.. cheers to another 20 years!