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Our non-profit organization relies on your generosity to support our mission to research, develop and facilitate our learning seminars, and maintain our resource rich website.  Donate online or send a check.  All donations are 100% tax deductible.

 
 

   Checks can be made payable to:

The Frank Ridge Memorial Foundation
c/o Julie Ridge, LCSW-R
400 West 43rd Street, Suite 6-S
New York, NY 10036

or contact us

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Your expertise and knowledge will help us grow. If you would like to help us help others please send: your name, email address, affiliation, area of expertise, services you are willing to share.

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Support our Foundation by attending our events, supporting our artists, and buying our stuff.

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The Frank Ridge Memorial Foundation endorses and supports the work and efforts provided by the like-minded organizations, in their efforts to educate, eliminate stigma and support individuals who negotiate and interpret the world differently:

  • Fountain House, dedicated to the recovery of men and women with mental illness by providing opportunities for our members to live, work and learn, while contributing their talents through a community of mutual support:  www.Fountainhouse.org
  • Bring Change 2 Mind, Glenn Close’s organization to end stigma:
    www.bringchange2mind.org

Theatre Companies in the New York City Area:

  • Theatre Breaking Through Barriers, helping actors and writers with disabilities advance: www.TBTB.org
  • www.Handson.org, assists members of the Deaf Culture in enjoyment of live theatrical events.
  • The East End Special Players whose mission is to enhance the lives of people with learning disabilities through theatre:
    www.eastendspecialplayers.org.

Annual Film Festivals that celebrate people with disabilities:

  • Reel Abilities Film Festival, Presented by the JCC in Manhattan. www.reelabilities.org
  • The Sprout Film Festival, Anthony DiSalvo, Executive Director, 270 West 96th Street, New York, NY  10025.  www.gosprout.org

The Achilles Track Club brings disabled and able-bodied athletes together to train and compete in an environment of support and community.
www.achillesinternational.org