The Arc of the South Shore is committed to empowering families and individuals of all ages with disabilities to reach their fullest potential. We achieve this by providing high-quality individualized services and opportunities that foster independence, community inclusion, and advocacy.
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"I've proudly volunteered with The Arc of the South Shore for more than 50 years and can honestly say that I've gained far more than I've given. I encourage you to join me in giving generously to an organization that does so much for so many deserving people across the South Shore."
We are so grateful to Richard Frye - our honorary board member and Arc of the United States 1991 Volunteer of the Year - who with his wife, Edith, recently donated $50,000 to The Arc of the South Shore to celebrate his more than 50 years of volunteering with us. Dick has sent out a challenge to match his donation. Please help us meet that goal!
This situation is constantly evolving, and we will continue to update our website with helpful resources and information. During this time of uncertainty, our commitment to the goal of our mission—of empowering families and individuals of all ages with disabilities to reach their fullest potential—will never falter and we are here for you.
Friday, July 30 is considered International Day of Friendship. Celebrate with these ways you can show the people you love the most just how much they mean to you.
While normally “back to school” is reserved for children, it turns out that this time of year is important for every age. That’s because you’re never too old to continue learning, and it can help you live up to your true potential in everyday life.
Just because it’s the middle of the year doesn’t mean it’s too late to set and achieve big things yet this year. While reevaluating your existing goals, throw in some hard-to-reach newer goals and set your sights high.